4 Reasons Koalas are declining in Australia

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You may have wondered why Koala Assessment Reports, or a Biodiversity Development Assessment Report is necessary for your land or development.

 

A lot of Koala habitat has already been lost and fragmented across NSW. The bushfires from 2019 – 2020 magnified this loss as well as making headlines across the world with donations pouring into Koala campaigns to help the survival of our unique Aussie.

 

In order to protect Koalas, they are currently listed as “vulnerable” under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Act 1999 (EPBC Act), and the State Environmental Planning Policy (Koala Habitat Protection Policy) 2020 & the State Environmental Planning Policy (Koala Habitat Protection Policy) 2021 are both in place to help stop the decline of Koalas by protecting their habitat that is vital for their survival.

 

Take a look at this video, of the 4 reasons Koalas are declining in Australia, as an explainer to why it’s vitally important we have legislation in place to protect our national treasure.

We understand that the legislation can be quite daunting and we can help to alleviate any undue stress. 

If you would like to talk to us about your upcoming project please give us a call on 1300 896 998.

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