NSW Invasive Species Plan 2008-2015
Invasive species is one of the greatest threats to biodiversity and primary production in NSW. The NSW Invasive Species Plan, developed with extensive government, industry and community input, provides actions that aim to prevent and effectively manage the introduction and spread of invasive species so that this significant threat is minimised.
The NSW Invasive Species Plan will be implemented jointly by the NSW Department of Primary Industries and the NSW Department of Environment & Climate Change but also relies on collaboration and action by other government organisations, industry and the wider community.
Introduction, vision and goals
- Introduction and vision
- Goal 1: Exclude - prevent the establishment of new invasive species.
- Goal 2: Eradicate or contain - eliminate, or prevent the spread of new invasive species.
- Goal 3: Effectively manage - reduce the impacts of widespread invasive species.
- Goal 4: Capacity building - ensure NSW has the ability and commitment to manage invasive species.
|NSW Invasive Species Plan 2008-2015 - Full version
|NSW Invasive Species Plan 2008-2015 - Overview