At a glanceThe pressures affecting biodiversity remain largely consistent with those identified in the 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2011 state of the environment reports.
The most significant current pressures are clearing, fragmentation and declining quality of habitat; invasive species; climate...
This assessment summary has changed it's name since 2011
State and trends of species populations and groups
State and trends
State and trends of marine biodiversity: Species Groups...
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