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Coastal environments and critical aquatic habitats
26 Nov 2008
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Coastal environments and critical aquatic habitats

Queensland’s coastal environments and critical aquatic habitats are among the greatest assets our state has to offer. We have pristine beaches, rich biodiversity, tropical rainforests, extensive wetlands and the world’s largest sand island and coral reef.

These coastal resources however face significant risk, particularly with climate change impacts and having most of the state’s population living on Queensland’s coastline.

Queensland’s Regional NRM Bodies and partners recognise the importance and values of coasts and aquatic habitats, and are taking this into account in their coastal management planning, assessments and activities.

These cases show a sample of the collaborative efforts regional bodies and partners are taking to enhance coastal environments and critical aquatic habitats across Queensland.

A full report of these stories can be found on the Qld Regional NRM Groups Collective website at www.rgc.org.au

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