Once we have consensus on whether land clearing has occurred, we’ll use the data to build evidence-based briefs on habitat destruction events, including the location, size and date(s) of clearing, what rare and threatened species lived there, any clearing permits that were approved, filed or should have been filed, any EPBC referrals that exist for that clearing, legal exemptions, land zones and ownership, and potential culprits. It’s a lot, we know! We’ll then hand that brief over to the parties best able to action that information, including federal, state and local government authorities, compliance officers, and the media. The briefs will include the fact that this clearing was identified by volunteers as part of this project, but that’s it—they won’t contain any user IDs, display names or personal information.