Conservation Covenants on Private Land: Issues with Measuring and Achieving Biodiversity Outcomes in Australia

  title={Conservation Covenants on Private Land: Issues with Measuring and Achieving Biodiversity Outcomes in Australia},
  author={James A Fitzsimons and C. Carr},
  journal={Environmental Management},
  • James A Fitzsimons, C. Carr
  • Published 2014
  • Business, Medicine
  • Environmental Management
  • Conservation covenants and easements have become essential tools to secure biodiversity outcomes on private land, and to assist in meeting international protection targets. In Australia, the number and spatial area of conservation covenants has grown significantly in the past decade. Yet there has been little research or detailed policy analysis of conservation covenanting in Australia. We sought to determine how conservation covenanting agencies were measuring the biodiversity conservation… CONTINUE READING
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