The conservation of New Zealand’s biological heritage and the role of environmental planners
Jay, M. & Morad, M. (1998). The conservation of New Zealand’s biological heritage and the role of environmental planners. British Review of New Zealand Studies, 11, 5-16.
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Species diversity is an important aspect of ecosystem health, and a necessary condition for long-term sustainable development. However, it is widely recognised that species extinction is on the increase, as biological diversity comes under pressure from land-use activity and environmental change. Despite an active official conservation programme, the indigenous biodiversity of New Zealand is under threat.
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