for Biodiversity 2037 that was more about endangered species than ecosystem health

Third of three policy submissions written in the third week of May 2016, and the most direct precursor to the more ambitious Kororoit Institute submission to the 2020-21 Legislative Council Environment and Planning Committee inquiry into Ecosystems Decline in Victoria, with a postscript on the administrative hole surrounding Cumberland River in the wake of the Christmas Day 2015 Wye River fire breakout.

This submission introduces some of the theoretical ground which has deepened considerably across the ensuing five years, while even this earlier level remains a challenge for those trapped in the ecologically disruptive habits of the colonial mindset with its externalisation of environmental damage. (pic abandoned camp ground)

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