New South Wales State of the Environment 2012
Prepared every three years, the NSW State of the Environment reports on the status of the main environmental issues facing New South Wales.
State of the Environment 2012 aims to provide credible, scientifically based, statewide environmental information for the use of environmental policy - and decision-makers who manage the state's natural resources as well as the general community.
NSW State of the Environment 2012 (PDF 6.46MB)
A summary of the report is also available.
NSW State of the Environment 2012 Summary (PDF 382KB)
Or you can download by section:
- Preliminaries (262kb)
- 1: People and the Environment (1,875kb)
- 2: Atmosphere (977kb)
- 3: Land (771kb)
- 4: Water (2,720kb)
- 5: Biodiversity (1,364kb)
- Acronyms, Units and Glossary (119kb)
- Index (247kb)
Hard copy version
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