Additional Documents

1 PDF: Humane Society International - Letter, dated 3 June 2014, to Mr Christopher Briggs, Secretary General, Ramsar Secretariat, Switzerland, regarding Australia's obligations under the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat 1971 (Ramsar Convention)(tabled at public hearing, Melbourne, 10 June 2014) Humane Society International - Letter, dated 3 June 2014, to Mr Christopher Briggs, Secretary General, Ramsar Secretariat, Switzerland, regarding Australia's obligations under the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat 1971 (Ramsar Convention)(tabled at public hearing, Melbourne, 10 June 2014)
2 PDF: Humane Society International - Letter, dated 3 June 2014, to Dr Bradnee Chambers, Executive Secretary, UNEP/CMS Secretariat, Germany, regarding Australia's obligations under the Convention of the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (tabled at public hearing, Melbourne, 10 June 2014) Humane Society International - Letter, dated 3 June 2014, to Dr Bradnee Chambers, Executive Secretary, UNEP/CMS Secretariat, Germany, regarding Australia's obligations under the Convention of the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (tabled at public hearing, Melbourne, 10 June 2014)
3 PDF: Department of the Environment - Clarification of evidence given at public hearing, Melbourne, 10 June 2014 Department of the Environment - Clarification of evidence given at public hearing, Melbourne, 10 June 2014

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About this inquiry

The Committee has been requested to review the Bills and gather evidence on matters including the:

  • potential impacts of delegating environmental approval powers to state and territory governments;
  • maintenance of high environmental standards;
  • benefits of streamlining and reducing red tape; and
  • potential impacts of cost-recovery on environmental assessment and approval processes, including budgetary impact, cost impacts for proponents and impacts on process timing.


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