Deliver a Biodiversity Maintenance and Restoration Strategy to guide effort and actions in building landscape resilience
The most common threats to the Territory’s environment come from multiple stressors that generally impact landscapes right across the Territory. Implementing ongoing management and targeted restoration activities towards common threats and projected climate change stressors is considered the most effective manner to build landscape resilience across the Territory, particularly in high value ecosystems and biodiversity hot spots.
Climate Change Response Action 2.4.1 will undertake an ecological risk assessment of climate change stressors on high value ecosystems and biodiversity across the Territory.
The findings of this assessment (to be completed by mid-2022) will be used to inform management techniques for climate change stressors on the Territory’s biodiversity and ecosystems.
By mid 2023