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    development of shale oil in queensland.doc

    There are a number of companies in Queensland investing in alternative fuels projects that could lead to Queensland becoming a major producer of non-conventional oil to meet national demand and for export. Queensland contains 94 per cent of Australia’s known oil shale resources. There are potential of shale oil/development of shale oil in queensland.doc - 105 KB

    environmental protection and other legislation amendment bill (no. 2) 2008.doc

    The Bill amends the Environmental Protection Act 1994, Dangerous Goods Safety Management Act 2001, Integrated Planning Act 1997, and Nature Conservation Act 1992. The Bill moves into the Environmental Protection Act the current offence provisions in the Environmental Protection Regulation 1998, the protection bill no 2 2008/environmental protection and other legislation amendment bill (no. 2) 2008.doc - 104 KB

    the koala population in south east queensland.doc

    Cabinet considered a submission regarding the koala population in South East Queensland. The Nature Conservation (Koala) Conservation Plan 2006 and Management Program 2006-2016, known as the ‘Koala Plan’ commenced on 2 October 2006 to protect the koala throughout its range in Queensland and to stop in seq/the koala population in south east queensland.doc - 106 KB

    policy for biodiversity offsets.doc

    The Queensland Government Environmental Offsets Policy (QGEOP) commenced on 1 July 2008. It provides a consistent framework for the use of environmental offsets (i.e. positive actions to compensate for unavoidable negative environmental impacts resulting from an activity or a development) where the offsets/policy for biodiversity offsets.doc - 102 KB

    greenhouse gas storage bill 2008.doc

    The main purpose of the Greenhouse Gas Storage Bill 2008 is to provide the tenure framework to administer the process called greenhouse gas geological storage, also called greenhouse gas storage (GHG storage) or geosequestration. The tenure framework will be the cornerstone for all greenhouse gas st gas bill/greenhouse gas storage bill 2008.doc - 104 KB

    government response to koala taskforce report.doc

    The Premier and the Minister for Sustainability, Climate Change and Innovation announced in August 2008 that there was a crisis in koala numbers in South-east Queensland (SEQ) primarily in the urban footprint of the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2005 - 2026 (SEQ Regional Plan) The Premier also response to koala taskforce report.doc - 107 KB

    revocation of certain areas of the protected area estate .doc

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is the largest day-to-day land manager in Queensland, with over 1,000 protected areas and State forests covering more than 11 million hectares under its control. The areas that are the subject of this submission are currently being used, or are proposed to b protected estate/revocation of certain areas of the protected area estate .doc - 105 KB

    environ protection (air) policy 2008 and environ protection (noise) policy 2008.doc

    The Environmental Protection (Air) Policy 1997 and the Environmental Protection (Noise) Policy 1997 are the main legislative instruments for managing air and acoustic quality in Queensland. The Policies are subordinate legislation under the Environmental Protection Act 1994. The proposed Environment air and noise policies/environ protection (air) policy 2008 and environ protection (noise) policy 2008.doc - 109 KB

    environmental protection regulation 2008.doc

    The Environmental Protection Regulation 1998 is a mechanism for achieving the object of the Environmental Protection Act 1994, which is to protect the environment while providing for ecologically sustainable development. The 1998 Regulation was due to expire on 31 August 2008 but has been extended t protection regulation/environmental protection regulation 2008.doc - 109 KB

    great barrier reef inter-governmental agreement (iga).doc

    The Emerald Agreement provides the current basis for arrangements between the Commonwealth and Queensland Governments concerning the management of the Great Barrier Reef and was signed on 14 June 1979. The proposed IGA will incorporate or replace all current Emerald Agreement documents. The Minister barrier reef iga/great barrier reef inter-governmental agreement (iga).doc - 104 KB

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