About this sub logic
By 2023, the implementation of priority action is leading to an improvement in the condition of EPBC Act listed Threatened Ecological Communities.
A threatened ecological community is one that is at risk of extinction, meaning the natural composition and function of the ecological community has been significantly depleted across its full range.
Types of ecological communities listed under national environmental law (EPBC Act, 1999) include woodlands, grasslands, shrublands, forests, wetlands, ground springs, and marine and cave communities.
This sub logic sits under the Regional Land Partnerships Program Logic.