A brief history of agri-environment policy in Australia: From community-based NRM to market-based instruments
Australia’s agri-environment policy began in the 1980s. Early measures focused on community-based NRM, increasing awareness, and building social capital through Landcare. The perceived success of these early efforts enabled a ramping up of government investment through the Natural Heritage Trust and successive programs. There have been repeated failures to demonstrate measurable outcomes from this increased investment. This has led to a greater focus on targeted, strategic, and accountable...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Press (1965-Present)|
|Source:||Learning from Agri-Environment Schemes in Australia. Investing in Biodiversity and Other Ecosystem Services on Farms|
|Book Title:||Learning from Agri-Environment Schemes in Australia. Investing in Biodiversity and Other Ecosystem Services on Farms|
|Access Rights:||Open Access via publisher website|
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