Tag: Land Planning

Presentation – Planning for biodiversity at the urban-rural fringe

Planning for biodiversity at the urban-rural fringe

A presentation given by Associate Professor Sarah Bekessy at the recent Biodiversity Across The Borders conference can be viewed online. It includes discussion of how cities are disproportionately important for threatened species and recommends the introduction of Biodiversity Sensitive Urban Design

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Urban biodiversity research briefs

Decision Point

The following urban biodiversity research briefs can be viewed in Decision Point Online: Managing the impacts of urban development on old trees, Urban expansion, climate change & frog habitat, and Planning for biodiversity in the urban fringe.

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Have your say in looking after South East Queensland’s natural assets

The South East Queensland Natural Resource Management Plan 2009-2031 is being updated to better prepare the community and the economy for future pressures such as extreme weather events and natural disasters, including flash flooding, storms and bushfires. You are invited to

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