Department of Environment and Heritage Protection
The EHP Annual Report 2014–15 is now available. Read more about the department’s financial and non-financial performance.
From 30 September 2015, there will be changes to the way contaminated land is managed and assessed in Queensland.
The Great Barrier Reef Report Card 2014 shows landholders are continuing to help protect the Great Barrier Reef by reducing pollutant loads entering the reef, but accelerated change is needed to meet the targets.
The winners of the 2015 Premier's Sustainability Awards will be announced on Thursday 5 November at an awards presentation dinner hosted by the Premier at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. Book your tickets now.
By understanding magpies and knowing how to behave around them, you can stay safe when moving through their territory.
Expressions of interest are invited for partnership and contribution proposals for the rehabilitation of cassowaries.
Crocodiles are potentially dangerous. Please be croc wise in croc country.
Help tackle roadside litter across South West Queensland highways.
As migrating whales and calves begin to arrive in Queensland waters, boaties are reminded to keep a safe distance and abide by regulations on how close vessels can come to these animals.
- Air quality
- Compliance and enforcement
- Contaminated land
- Environmental impact assessment
- Environmental offsets
- Environmentally relevant activities - Prescribed
- Greentape Reduction
- Mining resource activities
- Natural resource management
- Planning and guidelines
- Public performance reports
- Resource activities including petroleum, geothermal and greenhouse gas storage
- State of the environment
- Water quality and ecosystem health
- World Heritage Area management review