CAPitalising on conservation knowledge: Using Conservation Action Planning, Healthy Country Planning and the Open Standards in Australia

ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT & RESTORATION
2017
Carr, Ben; Fitzsimons, James; Holland, Natalie; Berkinshaw, Todd; Bradby, Keith; Cowell, Stuart; Deegan, Paula; Koch, Paul; Looker, Michael; Varcoe, Tony; Walsh, Philippa; Weisenberger, Frank
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Volume / Issue18 / 3
Pages176 - 189
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DOI10.1111/emr.12267
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AbstractMore than 20 organisations use Conservation Action Planning (CAP), Healthy Country Planning and the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation in over 140 projects, covering almost 160 million ha across Australia. This review documents the history, evolution and application of CAP in Australia and discusses its strengths, limitations and lessons learnt by users, including conservation planners, practitioners and policymakers.
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