Towards more integrated natural resource management in Victoria : possible elements of an integrated state-wide policy framework
Coffey, Brian and Major, Andrew 2005, Towards more integrated natural resource management in Victoria : possible elements of an integrated state-wide policy framework, Australasian journal of environmental management, vol. 12, no. 3, Supplement, pp. 29-38.
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Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand
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There is a growing recognition of the complexity of environmental issues and acceptance of the value of more integrated approaches to address them. Evidence of progress with the development of more integrated approaches is however less clear cut. Within this context, this paper explores how a more integrated approach 10 natural resource management at a state government level could be progressed. Using recent experience in Victoria as a focus, this paper provides an overview of environment and natural resources issues confronting the State. highlights why integration is an important element of any response. and outlines the current policy and organisational context. Possible elements of a state-wide policy framework for more integrated natural resource management across a state government organisation are also outlined and discussed.
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050209 Natural Resource Management
Socio Economic Objective
960999 Land and Water Management of Environments not elsewhere classified
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