Tag: Brisbane

What’s your nature? in Brisbane

Coordinated by SEQ Catchments, What’s your nature? aims to connect – both physically and mentally – the Brisbane community to their urban waterways through a range of projects to restore local creeks and green spaces.

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Where Are All The Trees? An analysis of tree canopy cover in urban Australia

Research carried out by the University of Technology, Sydney on behalf of 202020 Vision has analysed tree canopy cover in Australia’s most urban, dense, local government areas (LGAs), finding that urban green space throughout Australia is in decline. Hobart, Brisbane

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There once was a creek… Uncovering the lost creek of Rainworth, Rosalie and Milton

There once was a creek that began in the hills of Rainworth (Brisbane, Australia) and flowed through what is now Rosalie Village, where it mingled with a large swamp before winding its way through Milton to the Brisbane River. Though

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Brisbane City Plan 2014 – environmental information resources

The new Brisbane City Plan 2014 has been approved and has a commencement date of 30 June 2014. It will guide how land in Brisbane can be used and developed. Environmental information resources include biodiversity and waterways, natural hazards (including

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Queensland Government flood mitigation initiatives

The Queensland Government is leading several flood mitigation initiatives to implement recommendations of the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry, and community input is being sought. The initiatives are the Wivenhoe and Somerset Dams Optimisation Study, North Pine Dam Optimisation Study

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