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Environment and Heritage Protection

195 datasets found

  • DEHP—Queensland Government Investment Portal (QGIP)

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    Records of investments in front line service delivery including expenditure records, available funding and data for local government areas.
  • EHP Suitable Operator Register (SOR) for Environmentally Relevant Activities ...

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    A suitable operator is a person or corporation who has been registered by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection as being suitable to carry out an environmentally...
  • Environmental Protection Water Policy - Queensland series

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    This series of datasets provides the spatial context for environmental values (EVs) and water quality objectives (WQOs) developed pursuant to the provisions of the Environmental...
  • EHP—ICT Dashboard

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    The list of information and communication technology (ICT)-enabled initiatives within the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (EHP) and their reported status. This...
  • SoE2015: Interstate trackable waste received

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    About 87% of the trackable waste received in Queensland from other Australian states and territories in 2014-2015 came from New South Wales.
  • SoE2015: Main material types littered

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    Cigarette butts are the most common type of litter although they make up only a very small fraction of the total volume of litter.
  • SoE2015: Trackable waste landfilled

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    In 2014-2015, 63% of trackable waste (by waste amount) disposed to landfill in Queensland was in the high level waste category of 'solid and sludge wastes requiring special...
  • SoE2015: Trackable waste recovered

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    In 2014-2015, 52% of the trackable waste (by waste amount) recovered (which includes recycling, reclamation, direct re-use or alternative use of the waste) in Queensland was in...
  • SoE2015: Average rainfall

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    In 2012, Queensland experienced a wetter than average year, but then experienced much drier years from 2013-2015, leading to widespread drought.
  • SoE2015: Particulate concentrations

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    Particle concentrations have exceeded National Environmental Protection Measures (NEPM) Air Quality Standards since monitoring began in 1986.
  • SoE2015: Southern Oscillation Index

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    A transition occurred, from a La Niña in early 2012 to a strong El Niño during the second half of 2015.
  • SoE2015: Queensland heritage places

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    Since 2012, 66 Queensland Heritage Places have been entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.
  • SoE2015: Erosion prone area

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    Coastal erosion continues to impact the Queensland coast, with several major incidents at developed areas.
  • SoE2015: Queensland heritage places destroyed

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    No State Heritage Places were destroyed between 2012 and 2015; however five places destroyed prior to 2012 have been removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.
  • SoE2015: Vehicle kilometres travelled

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    Total motor vehicle travel (cars, trucks, buses), expressed as total vehicle kilometres travelled, shows continued and sustained growth over time.
  • SoE2015: Number of registered vehicles

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    The total number of registered motor vehicles shows continued and sustained growth over time.
  • SoE2015: Major air pollutants

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    The National Pollutant Inventory (NPI) tracks air pollutant emissions for industrial sources across Australia.
  • SoE2015: Interstate household waste received

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    In 2014-2015, about 45,000 tonnes of household waste generated interstate was transported to Queensland landfills for disposal.
  • SoE2015: Storm tide inundation

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    Storm tide inundation events continue to impact the coast, however, no severe events were recorded for human settlements for 2012-2015.
  • SoE2015: Sea level

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    A trend of mean sea level rise to the present time is discernible in the historical tide gauge record in Queensland however seasonal trends dominated changes in the 2012-2015...

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