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6 December 2009 One Comment
The New South Wales government, Australia, is considering amendments to the National Parks and Wildlife Act that will make it easier for developers and tourism operators to use parks land. Opponents to the changes say the amendments will lead to the commercialisation of New South Wales’ wilderness areas. Proponents argue that increased tourism will bring conservation dollars to help manage the parks. Rebecca Leaver, Amanda Hoh, and Nick Evershed reporting.


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