Adelaide parklands heritage listing urgent, says council
The Australian parklands could face extinction if its heritage is not protected, the Queensland Government’s director-general has warned.
The Department of Environmental Management has expressed concern over the Parklands Heritage Area in south-east Queensland as part of the Government’s heritage and heritage conservation strategy.
But it s바카라사이트ays it has confidence in the Queensland Government to implement the plan.
The parklands have recently been listed as a critical site by the Environmental Protection Department (EPA) and the Environment Protection Authority (EPA), and are subject to an extensive rehabilitation plan.
The National Parks and Wildlife Management Council’s director of heritage conservation, David Heffernan, has said the conservation strategy should make the areas safer for future generations.
Mr Heffernan said more than 80 per cent of the heritage areas in South Australia and the Northern Territory were already protected.
“But a lot of the old-age tourism and bush survival tourism in Australia is not focused on preserving those places,” he said.
더킹카지노“To preserve their place, conservation needs to start protecting the most significant historic sites.”
But the Council of State Councils (CSCC) has said an emergency listing of the historic sites on the Council of State Councils’ list of vital national heritage areas could take months to develop.
“What you need is an international action plan because we think that should be under way, which could take a month, depending on how much we’ve learned from the past,” Mr Heffernan said.
“We’ve seen with this area of South Australia and Northern Territory, it takes up to three years to get this designation before it gets done.”
Heffernan said he believed a “national action plan” would get through the review process, but warned people should be wary of trying to protect the areas because of fear-mongering and a fear of having government intervention.
“Wha더킹카지노t it shows is there are people that want to stop the recognition of what we have preserved in our heritage areas,” he said.
“In terms of having any kind of action plan at the moment, a national action plan is not going to be effective.”
‘Culture of preservation’
The Department of Environmental Management is planning to consider the recommendation of the Parklands Heritage Area board of directors for its priority designation on the historic areas list.
Mr Heffernan said it should be the decision of state governments and governments lik