Biodiversity Research and Monitoring Program
The Biodiversity Research and Monitoring Program 2017-19 sets out a two year program of biodiversity research and monitoring activities.
The monitoring program primarily supports the role of the ACT Conservator of Flora and Fauna and contributes to:
- a long-term strategic approach to biodiversity monitoring and research;
- better understanding and tracking of ecosystem condition in the ACT; and
- an evidence base for environmental policy, program and resource allocation decisions, and reporting.
All current and repealed notifiable instruments under the ACT Nature Conservation Act 2014 are available from the ACT Legislation Register.
Implementation Report 2015-17
The Biodiversity Research and Monitoring Program 2015-17 Implementation Report (PDF) outlines progress achieved in implementing the Biodiversity Research and Monitoring Program 2015-17 (BRAMP 2015-17). The BRAMP 2015-17 was effective from 27 July 2015 to 30 June 2017, and has been superseded by the BRAMP 2017-19.