Enquiry into the impacts of native vegetation and biodiversity regulations



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PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION
ENQUIRY INTO

THE IMPACTS OF NATIVE VEGETATION AND BIODIVERSITY REGULATIONS




Submission by: John Dival

Farmer


Address:

Western Australia
Contact: Tel.

Fax.
Date: 18 July 2003


PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION 1

Submission by: John Dival 1

Farmer 1



2Summary 4

4Introduction 7

5The history of the problem 8

5.1A State Conservation Strategy for Western Australia 8

5.2Intergovernmental Agreements 8

5.3State Cabinet 9

5.4Green-letter laws 10

6agency ethics and Intergovernmental agreements 11

6.1Public Sector Code of Ethics 11



JUSTICE 11

Fairness and Equity 12

Lawful obedience 12

RESPECT FOR PERSONS 12

Openness 12

6.2Intergovernmental Agreements On The Environment 13

6.3Biodiversity value? 13

6.4Agreement content 14

From The Inter Governmental Agreement on the Environment 14

From The National Strategy for Economically Sustainable Development 14

1.5.1 Incentives for conservation 15

6.5Agreement compliance 15



6.5.1KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICY 16

6.6Soil and Land Conservation Act 1945 16

6.7Environmental Protection Act 1986 17

6.8Town Planning and Development Act 18

6.9Policies and guidelines. 18

6.9.1Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) 18

6.9.2Draft regrowth policy 19

6.10Dubious practices 19

6.11The role of Agriculture Western Australia. 20

6.12The role of the EPA, DEP 21



7Equity in dealing with land clearing 22

7.1Equity at a local level 22

7.2Equity at a National level 23

7.3Final Report of the Native Vegetation Working Group 24



8Conclusion 24

9REFERENCES 26









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