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Ass. of the UN ... (Canberra, 1970: PP 54), Annex D, p. 104. House of Representatives, 85, 18 September 1973, p. 1219. CNIA 41(4), April 1970, p. 207; 24th Sess. of the Gen. Ass. of the UN ... (Canberra, 1970: PP 54), para. 142, p. 75; CNIA 40(7), July 1969, p. 400. For example in the work of Jack Snelson, of the Department of Primary Industry. See his paper in IUPAC Proc. (1983), pp. 12-22. For criticism of lack of information given to Parliament on WHO, C AC and related bodies see Jenkins, House of Representatives, 91,30 October 1974, pp.
Thus Prime Minister Fraser made a major statement welcoming the document in March 1980, alongside simultaneous declarations of support by other heads of government around the world. More important, work began soon afterwards on the production of a national Australian equivalent document, which would likewise blend global conservation and development concerns with adaptations to fit Australian circumstances. This process will be discussed in a later chapter. It was far more protracted than lUCN's supporters had originally hoped, and vulnerable to the injection of more compromises than many could find acceptable, but its initiation and course were evidence of the government's capacity to attach international conservation goals to national agendas.
The pace had been slow, not least because of the federal dimension. "14 Given this uncertainty, Australian readiness for UNCHE was no small achievement. Australia was elected to a Vice-Presidency, and to membership of the conference credentials committee. This could potentially have put Australia into the centre, of the dispute over the representation of East Germany, but by the time the conference opened it was clear that the Soviet Union and its allies would be boycotting UNCHE over this issue.