Unless there is some drastic steps to avoid it, so can koalas be extinct as a species in the australian state of New South Wales in the next 30 years.
so says a report from the government of New South Wales, as among other australian ABC mentions.
the Report is just published, and is prepared after a survey of the state koalabestand and koalaernes natural habitats.
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In the report, it is estimated that at least 5000 koalas in New South Wales died in the bush fires, which raged for several months from the end of 2019.
The final report of the NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into the Koala Population & Habitat will be tabled today. I'm joining committee members @ShayneMallard, @PennySharpemlc, @MarkPearsonMP for a press conference 11am. #NSWPol https://t.co/CAvDTJ9sB8 pic.twitter.com/oObegynY8I— Cate Faehrmann (@greencate) June 29, 2020
- What has become painfully clear in the course of this study, is that without the government's immediate intervention, will koalaen be extinct in New South Wales by 2050, says Cate Faehrmann, who is environmental activist and member of parliament for the Greens. She does not think that the strategies the government already has to protect koalaerne, works, and whereas, the report contains 42 recommendations, which the state government will now take a position.
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- the Government must create an incentive for farmers, so they get paid more to protect the trees on their land, instead of trap them, " says Cate Faehrmann to the ABC.
Matt Kean, who is the minister for the environment in New South Wales thank the committee which has prepared koalarapporten, but does not reveal whether the government has plans to make use of any of the recommendations.
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- Previous season bushbrande had a devastating impact on our koalabestand. Koalas are an iconic australian animal, which is recognized all over the world and something of a national treasure, as we will do everything we can to protect for future generations, says Matt Kean.
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