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MORNINGTON PENINSULA AND WESTERNPORT BIOSPHERE RESERVE FOUNDATION 2005 ORGANISATIONAL REVIEW
The Mornington Peninsula and Western Port Biosphere Reserve Foundation is conducting an Organisational Review during 2005. The Final Report for the Mornington Peninsula and Western Port Biosphere Reserve Foundation Organisational Review with 71 recommendations to members is available online as a 2 part word download.

Summary of Organisational Review Paper - 9 pages (213 kb word download).

Biosphere Organisational Review Paper - 71 pages (466 kb word download).

With community empowerment and the linking of social, environmental and economic elements of sustainability are at the core of the Biosphere Reserve Foundation's approach, public submissions were sought as part of the Organisational Review. This page lists submissions made to the review. The two consultation periods for making submissions to this review have now closed. Further details of the organisational review are available by clicking on the highlighted title. Submissions were provided in various formats, including by written letter, email and other documents, the submissions have been presented as true to their original form as possible. Some submissions have been published in part, to avoid publishing personal details and information provided that was not intended to be part of a submission. If you are an author of a submission and wish to notify a mistake or omission made in the publication of your submission, please contact David Risstrom by clicking on the highlighted name.

 

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Yvonne Reifenberg
2 Sep 2005
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Ian Weir
5 Sep 2005
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Jeff Weir
12 Sep 2005
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Robin Borger
21 Sep 2005
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Port Phillip and Westernport Catchment Management Authority
23 Sep 2005
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Mornington Peninsula Shire Council
26 Sep 2005
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Cecelia Witton
3 Oct 2005
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Pat Bentley
5 Oct 2005
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Central Coast Board
5 Oct 2005
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Jan Oliver
6 Oct 2005
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Brian Cuming
7 Oct 2005
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Loretta Leslie
7 Oct 2005
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Jillian Verhardt
8 Oct 2005
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