Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan

Closed 27 Oct 2014

Opened 14 Sep 2014

Overview

The Australian and Queensland governments invite you to have your say on the Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan. The plan is an overarching framework for managing the Great Barrier Reef from 2015 to 2050.

The plan has been developed by the Australian and Queensland governments in consultation with a Partnership Group comprising representatives of government, key industry organisations and interest groups.

The survey is now open until midnight AEDT on 27 October 2014.

Please read the Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan before responding to the survey questions at the 'Online Survey' link below.

You may also attach a Word or PDF file if you wish to provide more detail.

Thank you for agreeing to participate in the Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan online survey.

Please note you do not need to answer every question in this survey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What Happens Next

The feedback from consultation will be considered by the Australian and Queensland governments and the Partnership Group and will inform the final version of the Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan.

Audiences

  • Grant Applicants
  • Australian Government agencies
  • Local government
  • State/Territory governments
  • landholders
  • land managers
  • Environmental NGOs
  • Indigenous communities
  • Indigenous organisations
  • media
  • Peak industry bodies
  • Australian communities
  • rural/regional communities
  • urban/suburban communities
  • Australian Government agencies
  • local government
  • State/Territory governments
  • Landholders
  • Farmers
  • Councils
  • Business
  • Non-Governmental Organisation
  • Carbon Traders
  • Indigenous Communities
  • International Governments
  • Financial and Investment Sector
  • Energy Sector
  • Transport Sector
  • Property Sector
  • Waste Sector
  • Land Sector
  • Peak Bodies/Industry Associations
  • Youth/Students
  • Teachers
  • Academics
  • Scientists
  • Unions
  • Business Advisors
  • Professional Services
  • Opinion Leaders
  • Policy Commentators
  • Ministers and Senators
  • Media
  • Environmental/Conservation Lobby Groups
  • students
  • universities
  • electronic equpiment industries
  • car, car parts and tyre industries
  • fuel companies
  • community groups
  • eNGOs
  • local councils
  • state governments
  • federal government agencies
  • Industry Peak bodies
  • Industry
  • Proponents
  • Agricultural sector
  • Australian community
  • farming bodies
  • farmers
  • landholders
  • water brokers
  • mining industry
  • water utilities
  • Catchment Management Authorities
  • Local Land Services
  • irrigator councils
  • researchers
  • Commercial fishers
  • Conservation organisations
  • Recreational fishers
  • Scientists
  • Australian community
  • eNGOs
  • Pew Foundation
  • World Wildlife Fund
  • Greenpeace
  • Concerned scientists
  • Australian Marine Conservation Society
  • Queensland Government
  • Local councils (reef region)
  • Federal government agencies
  • AIUCN
  • IUCN
  • World Heritage Committee
  • World Heritage Centre
  • Tourism operators (reef region)
  • Agricultural sector (reef region)
  • Queensland Resources Council
  • Australian community
  • State governments
  • Local councils
  • Commercial fishers
  • Recreational fishers
  • Tourism industry and operators
  • Fishing industry
  • eNGOs
  • Oil and gas industry
  • Industry peak bodies
  • International community
  • Federal government agencies
  • IUCN
  • Agricultural sector
  • Scientific community
  • Landholders
  • Conservation groups
  • Indigenous communities
  • Australian community
  • State governments
  • Local councils
  • eNGOs
  • Scientific community
  • Conservation groups
  • Indigenous communities
  • Australian government agencies
  • Agricultural sector
  • Landholders
  • Land managers
  • Developers
  • Oil and gas industry
  • Industry peak bodies
  • International community
  • Auctioneers
  • Tourists
  • Tourism industry
  • IUCN
  • Interpol
  • Law enforcement and border control agencies
  • young people / youth
  • Catchment Management Authorities
  • Local Land Services
  • Indigenous groups
  • Indigenous people
  • job seekers
  • students
  • community groups
  • nursery industry
  • Landcare groups
  • farmers
  • Heritage place managers
  • Australian community
  • Historic societies
  • Heritage societies
  • Academics
  • Local councils
  • Local government
  • State government
  • Federal government
  • Traditional owners
  • eNGOs
  • Tourist operators
  • Business
  • Historians
  • Town planners
  • Developers
  • Commercial fishers
  • Conservation organisations
  • Recreational fishers
  • Conservation organisations
  • Tourism operators
  • Volunteers
  • Conservation organisations
  • Business sector
  • Scientists
  • Youth

Interests

  • Great Barrier Reef