EPBC Act Review: Make a brief comment

Closes 31 Oct 2020

Opened 29 Oct 2019

Overview

This form allows you to make a brief comment as a contribution to the Independent Review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

Brief comments are welcome at any time.

Comments will not be treated as formal submissions, but they will be read and considered as part of the review. Visit the review website to find out about opportunities to make a formal submission.

Unless you indicate that your contribution is confidential, or the review considers that your contribution is offensive, potentially defamatory or includes irrelevant or personal information, your contribution will be published on the review website along with your name or organisation. Your comment may be referred to, or quoted from in review reports.

Before making a comment, please read the information on how your privacy will be protected and how the information that you provide will be treated. The Department of Environment and Energy’s Privacy Policy contains information about how to access or correct your personal information or make a complaint about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles.

The review is committed to treating confidential information responsibly and in accordance with the law. In some circumstances, the review may be legally required to produce confidential information. Any request made under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 for access to a comment marked confidential will be determined in accordance with that Act.

What you write in the form will not be provided to the review until you click 'submit' at the end of the form.

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Audiences

  • 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
  • Departmental staff
  • Matters of environmental significance
  • students
  • universities
  • 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
  • green army
  • 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
  • National heritage place managers
  • World heritage property managers
  • Commercial fishers
  • Conservation organisations
  • Recreational fishers
  • Conservation organisations
  • Tourism operators
  • Volunteers
  • Conservation organisations
  • Business sector
  • Scientists
  • Youth
  • Visitors

Interests

  • New South Wales
  • Victoria
  • Tasmania
  • South Australia
  • Western Australia
  • Northern Territory
  • Queensland
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • National
  • Matters of environmental significance