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Commercial utilisation of Australian native wildlife : report of the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee
Bib ID 459971
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Australia. Parliament. Senate. Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee
 
Online Versions
Description Canberra : The Committee, 1998 
xxxvi, 418 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0642267812
Series

Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ; 1998, no. 119

Summary

The Committee examined the potential impact which commercial utilisation of native wildlife might have on the Australian environment, the current and future economic viability of these commercial activities, and the adequacy of existing Federal Government regulations and controls to ensure biodiversity of any native species commercially utilised.

Full contents
  • Membership of Committee
  • Terms of Reference
  • Part I Issues
  • ch. 1. Introduction
  • ch. 2. Ethics and opinions
  • ch. 3. Current regulations and policy
  • ch. 4. Potential environmental impact
  • ch. 5. Economic viability of commercial activities
  • ch. 6. Adequacy of wildlife regulations
  • ch. 7. Export of live wildlife
 
Notes

Chair: Senator J. Woodley.

At head of title: Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia.

"June 1998".

Includes bibliographical references.

Also published as Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ; 119/1998.

Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1459354191

Subjects Australia. Wildlife Protection (Regulation of Exports and Imports) Act 1982.  |  Wildlife conservation -- Australia.  |  Wildlife management -- Economic aspects -- Australia.  |  Wildlife utilization -- Australia.  |  Wildlife  |  Native animals  |  Management  |  Natural resource management  |  Native plants  |  Harvesting  |  Animal products  |  Sustainable development  |  Hunting  |  Export restrictions  |  Proposed legislation  |  Smuggling  |  Protected species  |  State issue  |  Federal issue
Other authors/contributors Woodley, John, 1938-
Terms of Use Commonwealth of Australia. 
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500 |aChair: Senator J. Woodley.
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500 |a"June 1998".
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 0 |aMembership of Committee -- Terms of Reference -- Part I Issues -- ch. 1. Introduction -- ch. 2. Ethics and opinions -- ch. 3. Current regulations and policy -- ch. 4. Potential environmental impact -- ch. 5. Economic viability of commercial activities -- ch. 6. Adequacy of wildlife regulations -- ch. 7. Export of live wildlife -- ch. 8. Conditions of commercial use of wildlife -- Part II Wildlife industries -- ch. 9. Macropods -- ch. 10. Emus -- ch. 11. Crocodiles -- ch. 12. Possums, koalas, platypus and flying-foxes -- ch. 13. Aviculture (birds) -- ch. 14. Reptiles, amphibians and insects -- ch. 15. Coastal and marine species -- ch. 16. Plants -- ch. 17. Companion animals (pets) -- ch. 18. Zoos, wildlife parks and tourism -- ch. 19. Hunting -- ch. 20. Indigenous use of wildlife -- Appendices -- Appendix 1. List of submissions -- Appendix 2. List of public hearings -- Appendix 3. List of witnesses -- Appendix 4. Criteria for declaration of management programs and controlled specimen programs under the Wildlife Protection (Regulation of Exports and Imports) Act 1982.
520 0 |aThe Committee examined the potential impact which commercial utilisation of native wildlife might have on the Australian environment, the current and future economic viability of these commercial activities, and the adequacy of existing Federal Government regulations and controls to ensure biodiversity of any native species commercially utilised.
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