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The government’s idea of ‘national environment standards’ would entrench Australia's global pariah status

By Martine Maron, ARC Future Fellow and Professor of Environmental Management, The University of Queensland
Brendan Wintle, Professor in Conservation Ecology, School of BioSciences, The University of Melbourne
Craig Moritz, Professor, Research School of Biology, Australian National University
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Australia has one of the worst track records in the world for species extinctions. The federal government's proposed changes could weaken our already inadequate environment law.

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