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It is important to critically evaluate all information found on the Web. The following sites represent a small selection of the potentially relevant Australian links and may act as a starting point.
Atlas of Living Australia
This government site focuses on Australia’s amazing plants, animals, fungi and microorganisms.
Department of the Environment and Energy
The Australian Government gateway to Australian environmental resources, including general information sources, government and non-government directories and resources. Provides information about and links to resources on the atmosphere, biodiversity, coasts and oceans, heritage, settlement, waterways, land management, parks and reserves, natural resource management, pollution.
Ministers for the Environment
Portfolios of the Ministers for the Department of the Environment and Energy. Includes profiles, current media releases, speeches and transcripts.
NSW Department of Environment, Energy and Science
The department is responsible for protecting NSW’s environment and heritage, including the natural environment, Aboriginal country, culture and heritage, and built heritage. The website includes information on pollution, energy, water, waste, environmental management, national parks and wildlife management.
State of the Environment Australia
Links to commonwealth and state SoE reports. State reports provide links to local government reports.
It is important to critically evaluate all information found on the Web. The following sites represent a small selection of the potentially relevant international web links and may act as a starting point.
Ecological Sciences for Sustainable Development
This UNESCO program focuses on sustainable use and conservation of biological diversity, and improvement of the relationship between people and their environment. It encourages interdisciplinary research and training in natural resource management.
The EnviroLink Network is a non-profit organization which has been providing access to thousands of online environmental resources since 1991. Browse through links to websites on broad topics such as "climate change" and "sustainable development", or search for a specific environmental topic.
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