Appendix 1

Appendix 1

Submissions, tabled documents, additional information and answers to questions taken on notice

Submissions

1

Mr Gabriel Lafitte

2

Dr Todd Soderquist and Dr Deborah Ashworth

3

Mr Marcus Coghlan

4

Australasian Native Orchid Society and the Australian Orchid Council

5

Ms Fay Jones

6

Monaro Acclimatisation Society Inc

7

Mr James Samargis

8

Mr Stephen Chara

9

Mr Sab Lord, Lords Kakadu and Arnhemland Safaris

10

Ms Kylie Jones

11

East Gippsland Wildfire Taskforce Inc

12

Regent Honeyeater Project

13

Mr Rob Brewster  

14

Mr Tom Kingston

15

Professor David Lindenmayer

16

Mr Frank Manthey OAM, Save the Bilby Fund

17

Friends of Tootgarook Wetland Reserves

18

Mr Jim Walker

19

Ms Harriett Swift

20

Island Conservation  

21

Wildflower Society of Western Australia (Inc)

22

Mr Daniel Bell

23

Marie-Louise Sarjeant, Chris Sarjeant, Sonia Hutchinson, John Marsh and Maxine Jacobsen (copies of this submission were also received from Ms Diana Kellett and Ms Lesley Palma

24

Save Tootgarook Swamp Inc  

25

Ms Joan Spittle

26

Mr John Jeayes

27

Zoo and Aquarium Association

28

Ray and Marion Lewis

29

Mr Jean Dind

30

Associate Professor Adrian Manning

31

Port Campbell Community Group Inc

32

Mr Philip Collier

33

Mr Trevor Parton

34

Mr Ian Wheatland, Mr Kai May, Dr Katherine Phillips and Mrs Nina Kriegisch

35

Ms Susan M Broman

36

Sister Marian McClelland sss

37

Finch Society of Australia Inc

38

Clarence Valley Conservation Coalition

39

Ms Mary White rsm

40

Ms Marie Hilarina Fernando

41

Dr Emma Rooksby and Dr Keith Horton  

42

Zoos Victoria

43

The Colong Foundation for Wilderness

44

Mr Stewart Kerr

45

Mr Peter Berbee

46

Dr Andrew Burbidge

47

Name Withheld

48

Professor John Woinarski

49

Ms Lee Curtis

50

Mr Thomas Weiss

51

Dr Peter Kyne

52

Dr Greg P Clancy

53

Mr Trent Patten

54

Ms Sabine Ritz-Kerr

55

Dr Martine Maron

56

Ms Claire Masters

57

The Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists

58

Mr Jonathan Meddings

59

Mr Nigel Sharp

60

Assoc Prof Mark Lintermans

61

Ms Pamela J W Miskin

62

South East Forest Rescue

63

Clarence Environment Centre

64

Mr Craig Thomson

65

Ms Peta Whitford

66

Mr Daryl Dickson, Wildcard Art, Mungarru Lodge Sanctuary

67

Ms Sera Blair

68

Ms Kerryn Blackshaw

69

Yarra Ranges Council

70

Lawyers for Forests

71

Name Withheld

72

Mr Greg Miles

73

Bendigo and District Environment Council, Bendigo Field Naturalists Club and Bendigo Sustainability Group

74

Dr Jasmyn Lynch

75

Blue Mountains Conservation Society

76

Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland

77

CSIRO

78

Dr Chris McGrath

79

Mr David Blair

80

Name Withheld

81

WWF-Australia

82

BirdLife Australia

83

Australian Deer Association

84

LIV Young Lawyers' Section, Law Institute of Victoria

85

Stanislaw Pelczynski and Barbara Pelczynska

86

Friends of Grasslands

87

Dr Kerryn Parry-Jones

88

Humane Society International

89

Mr Jeremy Tager

90

Ms Karena Goldfinch

91

Mr Ray Strong

92

Healesville Environment Watch Inc, MyEnvironment Inc and Friends of Leadbeater's Possum Inc  

93

Mr Ian Whitford

94

Greenfleet

95

Mr Barry Rowe, Candlebark Community Nursery Inc

96

Conondale Range Committee

97

Dr John Clulow

98

Ms Melinda Taylor

99

Mr David Hudson

100

Ms Yasmin Kelsall

101

S. Burgess and E. Bradley

102

Ms Glenda Pickersgill

103

Dr Tanzi Smith

104

The Greater Mary Association Inc.

105

Mr Philip Rance

106

Caldera Environment Centre

107

Mr Bruce Boyes

108

Australian Wildlife Health Network

109

Friends of Hoddles Creek

110

Australasian Bat Society Inc

111

Confidential

112

Confidential

113

Canberra Ornithologists Group

114

Urban Bushland Council WA Inc

115

MRCCC

116

Threatened Ecosystems Network

117

Wildlife Disease Association Australasia

118

Name Withheld

119

Mr Andrew Heaver

120

Name Withheld

121

Ms Kate Leahy

122

Dr Jonathan Rhodes

123

Professor Lee Godden and Professor Jacqueline Peel

124

Earth Learning Incorporated

125

NSW Council of Freshwater Anglers

126

Mr Mark Selmes

127

Professor Hugh Possingham and Associate Professor Michael McCarthy

128

Ms Susan Bendel

129

The Wilderness Society Inc

130

Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection Queensland

131

Ms Lorraine Leach

132

Dr John Bardsley

133

Mr Wayne Gumley

134

Nature Conservation Council of NSW

135

Middle Kinglake Primary School

136

The Judith Eardley Save Wildlife Centre

137

Australian Network of Environmental Defender's Offices Inc

138

Ms Jenifer Johnson

139

Batwatch Australia

140

Invasive Species Council

141

Dr Rupert Baker

142

National Parks Australia Council

143

Department of Sustainability Environment Water Population and Communities

144

Director of National Parks

145

National Parks Association of NSW

146

Mr Don Butcher

147

Australian Conservation Foundation

148

Australian Fisheries Management Authority

149

Environment East Gippsland Inc.

150

Nature Conservation Society of South Australia

151

Arid Lands Environment Centre

152

Ms Prue Acton

153

Ms Bronwyn Baade

154

Threatened Species Scientific Committee

155

VETO (VETO Energex Towers Organisation)

156

Gecko - Gold Coast and Hinterland Environment Council and Save Bahrs Scrub Alliance

157

Threatened Plant Action Group (TPAG), Nature Conservation Society of South Australia

158

FrogWatch

159

Department of Land Resource Management, Northern Territory Government

160

Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland, Gold Coast and Hinterland Branch

161

North Coast Environment Council

162

Australian Wildlife Conservancy

163

MyEnvironment Inc

164

South East Region Conservation Alliance Inc

165

Logan and Albert Conservation Association

166

PGV Environmental

167

National Farmers' Federation

168

Wide Bay Burnett Enviroment Council

169

Premier of Western Australia

170

Confidential

171

Confidential

172

The Wilderness Society Victoria Inc

173

Brisbane Region Environment Council

174

North East Forest Alliance

175

Eagle Junction State School

176

Hunter Bird Observers Club

177

Ms Margaret Peachey

Tabled documents

Extract from Australia State of the Environment 2011, State of the Environment 2011 Committee, tabled by the Australian Conservation Foundation (at public hearing, 15 February 2013, Canberra)

The Effectiveness of the Endangered Species Act: A Quantitative Analysis, Taylor, Suckling and Rachlinski, BioScience, April 2005, Vol. 55 No. 4, pp 360-367, tabled by WWF (at public hearing, 15 February 2013, Canberra)

Letter from Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities from Mr Andrew Helps, HG Recoveries Pty Ltd, dated 29 November 2011.

MyEnvironment Inc v VicForests, Summary, tabled by Lawyers for Forests (at public hearing, 20 February 2013, Melbourne)

An Alternative Option to Expensive Predator-proof Fencing; Feral Cats in Australia: Their Impact and Possible Solutions; and
copy of a Submission to the Prime Minister For A National Feral Animal Control Summit (tabled by Mr Frank Manthey OAM, Save the Bilby Fund (at public hearing, 22 February 2013, Brisbane)

Copy of power point presentation; brochures: Endangered, Vulnerable & Near Threatened Flora of Bahrs Scrub and Draft Bahrs Scrub Local Development Area Plan Summary; and
copy of SEWPaC Notification of Referral Decision – not controlled Action, dated 11 February 2013, tabled by Gecko and Save Bahrs Scrub Alliance (at public hearing, 22 February 2013, Brisbane)

December 2012 draft Koala Document; Transcript of interview from AM with Tony Eastley, Leaked federal guidelines on koala habitat 'weaker', critics say, 13 February 2013; and
Map: Quoll Sightings and Known Distribution, 2012, Logan City and South (tabled by the Brisbane Region Environment Council (at public hearing, 22 February 2013, Brisbane)

Additional information

Australian Network of Environmental Defenders' Offices - report on Climate change and the legal framework for biodiversity protection in Australia: a legal and scientific analysis (from public hearing, Canberra, 15 February 2013

Answers to questions taken on notice

Threatened Species Scientific Committee, Answers to written questions on notice (from public hearing, 15 February 2013, Canberra)

National Farmers' Federation - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing, 15 February 2013, Canberra)

BirdLife Australia – Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing, 20 February 2013, Melbourne)

Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (from public hearing, 15 February 2013, Canberra)

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