Australia under fire for failing to protect threatened animals

Guardian: Australia is failing to protect its endangered species due a "dreadful' track record in planning, monitoring and responding to threats, a group of leading conservationists has warned. A paper published in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment states that monitoring is a "critical part' of effective species conservation, but that "many species are being monitored until they go extinct'. "Management intervention should be triggered when it becomes apparent that a monitored species......

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