Department of Environment and Heritage Protection
- Hopeland area soil sampling
The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has been undertaking soil sampling in the Hopeland area near Chinchilla.
- Townsville crocodile latest information
EHP is attempting to catch a number of crocodiles in the Townsville area.
- Stay safe in flood waters
Remember, flood waters and debris can conceal venomous snakes and other hidden dangers. Stay alert and stay safe.
- Be CrocWise
This summer be CrocWise in north Queensland. Stay safe by viewing our new videos on launching your boat, fishing and camping in croc country.
- Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is one of Australia's most treasured natural wonders. The Reef Facts website details the Queensland Government’s efforts to ensure that it remains one of the best managed marine ecosystems in the world.
- Everyone's Environment - round three funding recipients
Over 100 recipients will collectively receive almost $5 million to carry out local projects to conserve the environment and built heritage, and protect flora and fauna.
- Waste—Everyone's responsibility
Waste—Everyone’s responsibility: Queensland Waste Avoidance and Resource Productivity Strategy (2014–2024) outlines the opportunities and challenges ahead for Queensland to reduce waste and improve resource recovery.
- Koala rescue and rehabilitation grants
Up to $318,000 is available for projects helping sick, injured and/or orphaned koalas in Queensland.
- 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