Issue: Responses to conserve heritage - Heritage legislation
This is an issue under the Natural and cultural heritage theme of the Data Reporting System.
Governmental responses to conserve identified heritage places and items are a reflection of the relative importance society places in conserving these for the benefit of future generations. Governments respond to conserving heritage places and items are through legislation and funding to implement management regimes.
- NCH-13 Changes in heritage legislation
Recent changes in heritage legislation are a direct indicator of efforts to respond to heritage issues.
- BD-17 Institutional response to loss of native vegetation
Legislative responses to vegetation loss may also be indicators for legislative change in relation to natural heritage.
- IW-48 Ramsar wetlands with implemented management plans
Conservation of wetlands under Ramsar management plans has a natural heritage dimension since inclusion of heritage in the EPBC Act.
- Natural and Cultural Heritage - Responses to conserve heritage- Funding for heritage
- Biodiversity - Landscapes- Government action on landscape protection
- Biodiversity - Species, habitats and ecological communities- Government action on species and ecological communities
- Inland Waters - Human response - policy and management- Habitat management (including wetland management)
- Inland Waters - Human response - policy and management- Management of aquatic biota and biodiversity
- Land - Societal responses- Protected terrestrial areas
- Coasts and Oceans - Societal responses to direct pressures of human activities on coasts and oceans- Protection of coasts, oceans and marine and coastal biodiversity
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