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Targets are the ecological (vegetation communities, species and landscape features), social (access to Country, wellbeing) or cultural (sites, stories, species) features in our Priority Landscapes, reserves and partnerships that are the focus of management to keep Country healthy.
Since we started managing land within our reserve network, we've maintained or improved the health of about 80% of our targets.
Some targets have declined in condition, largely due to the impacts of extreme weather events. Importantly, on reserves where evaluation reports have been done in the past three years, there are no targets that remain in ‘Poor’ condition.
Baseline – The rating of the target after first assessment
Current – The rating of the target after recent assessment
Our people are on the ground, immersed in caring for the land and building its resilience.
The rating of a threat is determined by three criteria:
To date, we've made great progress with some of our threats, 85% have been reduced or remain unchanged.
In recent evaluations, 8.7% of threats have increased. This reflects our improved understanding of the potential, exacerbated impacts of climate change on identified threats across our reserves.
Baseline – The rating of the threat after first assessment
Current – The rating of the threat after recent assessment