The practice of environmental resources management Australia also referred to as ecological resources management in Australia, involves the use of scientific information and the methods of natural resource management to assess the impacts of human activities on the environment. Under the heading of “environmental resources” Australia is a signatory to the Global Compact for Environmental Assessment (GEA), an international agreement designed to reduce the effects of climate change and provide sustainable development. The primary objective of the GEA is to strengthen international cooperation in global environmental policy development and implementation, by developing a procedure for consensus setting designed to ensure that the voluntary commitment of states Parties to the compact is effective in protecting the environment and the development of their countries. Australia is a Nationally accredited member of the World Wildlife Fund (WFF), which is an international network of conservation and environment groups with a permanent budget that supports the sustainment of biodiversity.
What Is The Advantages Of Ecosystem Management And How Does It Work?
Australia’s National Parks and Wildlife Service (NWS) are a key participant in the design and management of the National Parks System. The NWS is the principal environmental agency responsible for the maintenance of the Great Barrier Reef and is the principal regulator of marine environments. The Department of the Environment and Energy (DEelia), the chief environmental regulator, is the statutory body vested with the responsibility of ensuring that the laws relating to environmental matters are complied with throughout the nation. The role of the NWS is framed by the Conservation Act 1993. It is an independent government organization responsible for the conservation of the environment and ensuring the protection and promotion of the interests of the natural environment and its users.
There is considerable scope for improvement in the management of environmental resources throughout Australia. The main areas for improvement are water, biological diversity, natural habitats and ecosystems, species protection, hazardous wastes and toxic substances. These laws were introduced to give impetus to the growth of the environmental sector in Australia. Environmentally managed resources are managed in accordance with a set of policies and principles, including a national strategy and a code of practice.