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Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan 2021–2025

Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, (2021) Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan 2021–2025. Technical Report. Commonwealth of Australia.



This revised Reef 2050 Plan is the result of the Plan’s first five-yearly comprehensive review. It has been updated to address the findings of the 2019 Great Barrier Reef Outlook Report and ensure it continues to contain the right priorities and actions to support the health and resilience of the Reef.
It provides a pathway for accelerated action to conserve the Reef’s Outstanding Universal Value, and we are committed to investing the time, effort and resources required to implement it.
In particular, we will reduce our greenhouse gas emissions as part of global efforts to rapidly address climate change, increase efforts to reduce land-based pollutant run-off, ensure our use of the Reef and its catchment is sustainable and culturally sensitive, seek greater involvement of Traditional Owners, and rehabilitate areas where possible.
The strength of this Plan is the result of consultation and the partnership involving governments, Traditional Owners of the Great Barrier Reef, industry, land managers, scientists and the community.
Our success depends on us all working together and committing to protecting and nurturing our Great Barrier Reef.

Item Type:Monograph (Technical Report)
Corporate Creators:Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment
Subjects:Agriculture > Agriculture (General) > Agriculture and the environment
Agriculture > Agriculture (General) > Agricultural conservation
Agriculture > Agriculture (General) > Conservation of natural resources
Aquaculture and Fisheries > Fisheries > By region or country > Australia > Great Barrier Reef
Agriculture > By region or country > Australia > Queensland
Live Archive:15 Feb 2022 03:21
Last Modified:15 Feb 2022 03:21

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