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Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service

Productivity Commission submission

This submission was released in April 2001 and highlights elements of a regulatory framework that may contribute to more efficient and effective provision of conservation of biodiversity by the public and private sectors.

It also illustrates how Queensland's native wildlife legislation may inadvertently affect private conservation initiatives and possibly impede the achievement of the purpose of the Act - conservation of nature.

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Contents

Key Messages

Background

The private sector and conservation of diversity

A framework for the conservation of diversity

The Queensland native wildlife legislation
The focus of the Queensland native wildlife legislation
Property rights in protected native wildlife
The Queensland licensing system
Taking from the wild
License and permit administration
Inter-jurisdictional issues

Conclusions

References

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