State of the Environment Queensland 2011 report
The 2011 report considers:
- the drivers for change and pressures on Queensland’s environment
- examines the condition and trend of key environmental and sustainability indicators
- summarises the main responses to environmental challenges.
The State of the Environment Queensland 2011 report is structured in accordance with the framework, Driving forces-Pressures-State-Impacts-Responses (DPSIR), and includes information about key environmental and cultural assets such as atmosphere, land, water and cultural heritage.
The findings in the report detail Queensland’s air quality and climate, water and aquatic ecosystems, coastal environments, land and biodiversity, invasive species and diseases, cultural heritage and human settlements, as well as natural and man-made disasters.
The information has been provided by a wide-range of organisations and individuals from the public and private sector, and the department would like to acknowledge the contribution of all third party data and information sources.
For easier accessibility, the report has been split into the following sections:
Obtaining a copy of the report
A full copy of the State of the Environment Report 2011 is available on CD. To obtain a copy, please phone 13 QGOV (13 74 68) or email email@example.com.