More than a quarter of Australia’s unique ecosystems are not represented in any of the nation’s protected areas. There are also 121 species of national significance, which have no habitat secured in national parks or reserves. These are the key findings in the Building Nature’s Safety Net 2016 report prepared by WWF-Australia. The Wire’s Henry Wilson has this story.


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