S oE 2011 – Heritage chapter overview. This presentation is one of a series of Australia State of the Environment 2011 (SoE 2011) presentations given by SoE Committee members and departmental staff following the release of the SoE 201.
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Presentation – Heritage chapter overview
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… to raise awareness and support more informed environmental management decisions …
… leading to more sustainable use and effective conservation of environmental assets.
Chair: Tom Hatton (Director, CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country)
Steven Cork (independent research ecologist and futurist)
Peter Harper (Deputy Australian Statistician)
Rob Joy (School of Global Studies, Social Science & Planning, RMIT)
Peter Kanowski (Fenner School of Environment & Society, ANU)
Richard Mackay (heritage specialist, Godden Mackay Logan)
Neil McKenzie (Chief, CSIRO Land and Water)
Trevor Ward (independent marine and fisheries ecologist)
“A refurbished building will not have new concrete poured and therefore cannot achieve the credit for use of recycled content in structural concrete”.
A petroglyph in the immediate vicinity of the area affected by clearing, blasting and quarrying works, Dampier Archipelago National Heritage Place, showing a small, complex, engraved panel (arrowed) among disturbed boulders, and an engraved lizard visible on the right-hand side (see photo at right)
Source: Heritage Trades and Professional Training Project. Report to Heritage Chairs of Australia and New Zealand. Godden Mackay Logan Pty Ltd, August 2010.