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The Australian Legal Sector Alliance (AusLSA) is an industry-led association working collaboratively to promote best practice sustainability commitments and performance across the legal sector. AusLSA's sustainability framework includes sustainable and inclusive workplaces, community support, environmental conservation and responsible governance.
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Australia's biggest ever alliance of environment groups, protecting the laws that protect the places you love.
Vegetation maps can be viewed through Queensland Globe. After you’ve accessed the Globe: Zoom in to the area of interest on the map or use the search function. On the left-hand side of the screen, click Layers. An All Layers panel will appear. At the top of the panel, click Add layers. Click the down arrow next to Biota (Flora & Fauna) to expand that layer. Select Vegetation management information. Select the map/s you want to display.
On 3 May 2018, the Queensland Parliament passed new vegetation management laws that increase protection for high-value regrowth and remnant vegetation and boost protection for important habitats, including waterways leading to the Great Barrier Reef. Image courtest of Joseph Pérez: Unsplash