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Prepared by Wayne Meyer (UA), Brett Bryan (CSIRO), Neville Crossman (CSIRO), Chris Raymond (DWLBC) and Andrew Fisher (DWLBC).
“Current trends in the condition of South Australia’s natural resources show that, while some improvements are occurring, the condition of our natural resources is declining due to increasing pressures of agricultural intensification, urbanisation, invasive species and climate change.
The State Strategic Plan, NRM Plan and South Australian Natural Resource Management Act 2004 provide the overarching guidance and delivery mechanisms for halting the decline in the condition of the State’s natural resources. NRM reform has resulted in the division of the State into 8 regions charged with planning and managing natural resources within each of their jurisdictions...”