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Environment statistics - Australia
Environment & Energy (ABS)
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) produces statistics on a wide range of environment and energy related activities
Environment Australia Online
Statistics about Australia's environment and related resources
Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines
Provides statistical data about Queensland's land, water, mineral, and petroleum resources
State of the Environment
National SoE reports provide information about environmental and heritage conditions, trends and pressures for the Australian continent, surrounding seas and Australia's external territories
Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences - Data
ABARES produces tools, models, data and metadata to help agricultural, fisheries and forestry industries make decisions
Queensland Office of Economic and Statistical Research
Statistical data for the state of the environment in Queensland
Environment Other Related Sources of Information
This ABS site lists links to web sites including Biodiversity; Energy and Atmosphere; Land Resources; Oceans and Estuaries; Waste; Water; and Related ABS Theme Pages
Environmental Resources Information Network
ERIN is a unit within the Department of the Environment, specialising in online data and information management, and spatial data integration and analysis. ERIN aims to improve environmental outcomes by developing and managing a comprehensive, accurate and accessible information base for environmental decisions.
Landgate (WA) – Shared Land Information Platform (SLIP)
SLIP Enabler has transformed the way government spatial information is used and shared. Cutting edge technology provides users with the ability to discover, view and access over 350 datasets – anywhere, any time – through a single online environment.
Environment statistics - International
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