Koala Conservation Policy Process:appraisal and recommendations
Australia's koalas are a global treasure, yet there is growing concern that present policy may not adequately conserve viable, wild populations in abundant habitats. Problems in the content and particularly the process of policy making for koala conservation include integrating reliable knowledge and diverse perspectives. We reviewed the overall decision process involved in developing Koala conservation policy, including the functions of intelligence, promotion, prescription, invocation,...[Show more]
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