The development of a sustainable aquaculture industry in Western Australia is considered to be a high priority by the Government. The marine farming industry has a bright future in Western Australia, but there is a need to balance its developing needs for suitable waters with those of existing activities, and with community expectations for accountability and transparency in the resolution of equity and resource sharing decisions. The purpose of this report is to review the existing planning and consultation processes for pearling and aquaculture in WA and recommend how they may be improved and incorporated into a single process. It refers only to authorisations in marine waters, and does not deal with developments on land.
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Everall, D. (1997), Marine farm planning and consultation processes in Western Australia. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report No. 102.
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