Structure, organisations and key people
The Ministerial Forum was established under the Lake Eyre Basin (LEB) Intergovernmental Agreement, signed by the Australian, Queensland and South Australian Governments in 2000, and the Northern Territory Government in June 2004. The Forum meets at least once per year. Its role is to implement the LEB Agreement by developing or adopting polices and strategies for the management of the LEB Agreement Area in accordance with the purpose, objectives and principles set out in the Agreement. The Forum may also adopt management plans prepared by the States/Territory in the LEB if those plans are consistent with the LEB Agreement and with the Policies developed or adopted by the Ministerial Forum.
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