In Australia, the world’s fourth largest economy, many people are talking about the future of our land.
A new plan by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (ABC) is proposing to change the way Australia is managing its vast landscapes and land.
In a bid to encourage more people to invest in sustainable land use, the ABC is calling for a new plan to create a ‘beautiful’ landscape for the future.
It has created an ‘beauty landscape’ plan for the land that is to be developed as part of a new land development plan.
The ABC is the first Australian broadcaster to get this project off the ground, and it’s now looking for partners to develop the plan.
This is the ABC’s first foray into a sustainable development plan in Australia.
ABC land conservation project manager Sarah Stocks said she is very excited to be part of this new approach.
“It’s about creating a beautiful landscape that we can be proud of, we can celebrate and celebrate and enjoy, that will support the communities that have come before us,” she said.
The new plan will see the ABC start a conservation campaign called ‘Birds of a Feather’.
Birds of a feather is a campaign for a ‘biodiversity and sustainability initiative’.
Birds are part of the ABC conservation program.
Birds of the feather will also focus on encouraging people to become ‘land stewards’ in the areas that they have bought land from.
It is hoped that the campaign will encourage people to take care of the land and be more responsible in terms of their own land use.
ABC Land Conservation Program Manager Sarah Stock says the new ‘birds of feather’ campaign will be a ‘golden moment’ for people to start conserving their land.
“There’s a lot of people who live in the urban environment, who don’t have any way of doing that, who may not have the skills to do it,” she told ABC News Breakfast.
“We’re looking at a number of different strategies, including planting trees and trees being incorporated into the land itself.”
ABC Land conservation project leader Sarah Stocker says the ABC has developed a new ‘beautful’ landscape that will be developed in the future to encourage people, especially those who have been to Australia before, to invest more in the land.
ABC Conservation program manager Sarah said the ‘beautY’ plan will be about ‘giving back’ to the community.
“This is the sort of beautiful landscape we’re looking for to be a symbol of the values that we’re going to stand for in this community,” she explained.
“To be able to say, ‘We’re giving back to this community, we’re a part of that community, and we’re here to do what we can to make it better’.” “So the whole aim of it is to get a more vibrant and more beautiful environment, and I think the beauty of the landscape is going to be that you can be confident in that landscape and that the land is going the right way.”
ABC’s ‘beautifully’ landscape will help people make more informed decisions ABC conservation programs are an important part of our culture and heritage, Ms Stocks added.
“They are very powerful, they are very symbolic and they are a very important part in our culture,” she added.
ABC conservation land conservation programs have been used in many other countries, including the UK, New Zealand and Germany.
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