Collaborative Australian Protected Area Database (CAPAD) User Survey

Closes 31 Dec 2019

Opened 16 May 2019

Overview

The Department of the Environment and Energy is currently consulting users of the Collaborative Australian Protected Area Database (CAPAD) to better understand how it is used and to shape its future production.

CAPAD is a national scale collation of protected area spatial information every 2 years from commonwealth, state and territory agencies and other protected area managers and represents both the marine and terrestrial environments. Summary figures of the areas that contribute to the ‘National Reserve System’ are reported internationally by the Australian Government.

To learn more about CAPAD please visit: http://www.environment.gov.au/land/nrs/science/capad

This short online survey should take 10 minutes.

Please circulate to relevant organisations or individuals.

(note: CAPAD 2018 will be published in the coming months)

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Green Army
  • New South Wales
  • Victoria
  • Tasmania
  • South Australia
  • Western Australia
  • Northern Territory
  • Queensland
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • National
  • Matters of environmental significance
  • Carbon pricing mechanism/carbon price/carbon tax
  • Emissions Reduction Fund
  • Renewable Energy Target
  • Carbon Farming Initiative
  • Carbon Neutral Program
  • Clean Energy Regulator
  • Emissions target/Kyoto Protocol
  • Direct Action
  • Clean Air
  • Climate Change Science
  • Carbon trading
  • Adaptation
  • Australian Carbon Credit units (ACCUs)
  • Solar Programmes
  • Renewable Energy
  • National Carbon Offset
  • International Climate Change
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Emmission Projections
  • Air quality
  • petrol
  • diesel
  • fuel quality standards
  • conventions
  • metals
  • mercury
  • tyres
  • television
  • computers
  • product stewarship
  • ozone depletion
  • state of the environment report
  • National Pollutant Inventory
  • e-waste
  • waste
  • chemical management
  • NERP - National Environmental Research Program
  • Environmental assessments
  • Federal/state legislation
  • Streamlining
  • Assessments
  • Approvals
  • EPBC Act
  • Federal/National environment law
  • Compliance
  • Environment legislation
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Illegal logging
  • Land and Environment Court
  • Oil spills
  • Alpine Grazing
  • Breaches of federal environment laws
  • Coal seam gas
  • Browse Basin
  • Environmental impact statement
  • Strategic Assessment
  • Regional Sustainability Plan
  • Fracking
  • Fraccing
  • Galilee Basin
  • Gladstone
  • Great Artesian Basin
  • Great Barrier Reef
  • Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act
  • James Price Point
  • Kimberley strategic assessment
  • Liquefied Natural Gas
  • National parks protection
  • Offshore drilling
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Assessment process
  • Queensland strategic assessment
  • Ramsar wetlands
  • Seismic testing/surveys
  • Shale gas
  • Tourism development
  • Uranium mine
  • Essential Environmental Measures
  • Coorong
  • rivers
  • coal seam gas
  • coal mining
  • groundwater
  • desalination
  • water recycling
  • dams
  • environmental water
  • water grants
  • wetlands
  • Murray-Darling Basin
  • Great Artesian Basin
  • Lake Eyre Basin
  • irrigation
  • urban water
  • Northern Australia development
  • water markets
  • on-farm irrigation
  • water purchasing / water buybacks
  • stormwater
  • bore capping
  • water quality
  • sustainable yields
  • water science
  • water delivery
  • Commonwealth marine reserves review
  • Great Barrier Reef
  • Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
  • Great Barrier Reef Region
  • strategic assessment
  • Reef 2050 Plan
  • Reef Trust
  • Reef Water Quality Protection Plan
  • Dredging
  • Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership
  • Gladstone Harbour
  • Abbot Point
  • Port development (Queensland)
  • Shipping (Queensland)
  • Federal/National environment law
  • Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act
  • Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
  • EPBC Act
  • Climate change
  • Sea dumping
  • Water quality
  • Climate change
  • Crown-of-thorns starfish
  • Ocean acidification
  • coral
  • Turtles and Dugongs
  • World Heritage Committee
  • World Heritage In Danger Listing
  • Outstanding Universal Value
  • Reef Rescue
  • Reef 2050_Long-Term Sustainability Plan
  • GBR Outlook Report 2014
  • Marine species
  • Marine species conservation
  • Threatened species
  • Migratory species
  • Migratory birds
  • Australian Marine Parks
  • Legislation
  • Fisheries assessments
  • Supertrawler
  • International engagement
  • Convention on Migratory Species (CMS)
  • Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)
  • Coral Triangle Initiative
  • International Whaling Commission
  • marine debris
  • marine pollution
  • whales
  • dolphins
  • sharks
  • turtles
  • dugongs
  • Native wildlife protection
  • Threatened species
  • Ecological communities
  • Migratory birds
  • Assessment of nominations for listing
  • Recovery plans
  • EPBC Act
  • Key threatening processes
  • Threat abatement plans
  • Referrals and assessments
  • Threatened Species Scientific Committee
  • Threatened Species Commissioner
  • Wildlife trade assessments
  • Wildlife trade permits
  • Import or export of CITES listed species
  • Import or export of native species
  • Illegal wildlife trade
  • Illegal wildlife seizures
  • Illegal wildlife products in Chinese medicines imported into Australia
  • International engagement
  • Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)
  • Coalition Against Wildlife Trade (CAWT)
  • Management plans
  • Biosecurity
  • Impact to native wildlife
  • Kangaroos
  • Koalas
  • Crocodiles
  • Tasmanian Devil
  • Flying foxes
  • Land management
  • Biosecurity
  • Impact to native wildlife
  • Impact to community and industry
  • Pest control and eradication
  • Land management
  • Threat abatement plans
  • crown of thorns starfish
  • 20 Million Trees
  • environmental projects
  • heritage conservation
  • training
  • Green Army
  • community work
  • volunteering
  • habitat
  • natural resource management
  • green corridors
  • connected landscape
  • climate change
  • salinity
  • Landcare
  • revegatation
  • grants and funding
  • land management
  • biodiversity
  • Great Barrier Reef
  • turtles and dugongs
  • Indigenous sea country management
  • World Heritage
  • National Heritage
  • Natural Heritage
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Built Heritage
  • Indigenous Heritage
  • Colonial Heritage
  • Contemporary heritage
  • UNESCO
  • IUCN
  • Australian Heritage Council
  • National Heritage List
  • World Heritage List
  • Commonwealth Heritage List
  • State Heritage lists
  • World Heritage Committee
  • Historic shipwrecks
  • Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area
  • Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
  • Australian Heritage Strategy
  • Register of the National Estate
  • ICOMOS
  • National Trust
  • Historic Houses
  • National Parks
  • National landscapes
  • Tourism
  • Rock Art
  • Burrup Peninsula
  • Nominations for World Heritage Listings
  • Nominations for National Heritage Listings
  • Nominations for Commonwealth Heritage Listings
  • Community Heritage Grants
  • Indigenous Heritage Grants
  • Heritage protection
  • Heritage conservation
  • Heritage management
  • Supporting heritage
  • World Heritage Committee
  • World Heritage In Danger Listing
  • Outstanding Universal Value
  • EPBC Act
  • Historic Shipwrecks Act
  • Anzac Cove, Gallipoli
  • Kokoda Track, PNG
  • National Heritage assessments
  • Commonwealth Heritage Assessments
  • World Heritage nominations
  • Commonwealth Marine Reserves
  • Managing marine reserves
  • Allowable activities within Commonwealth marine reserves.
  • Commonwealth managed parks
  • Booderee National Park
  • Christmas Island National Park
  • Norfolk Island National Park
  • Pulu Keeling National Park
  • Australian National Botanic Gardens
  • Kakadu National Park
  • Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
  • World Parks Congress 2014
  • General staff
  • Corporate
  • Concert visitors
  • Community events
  • Program Support
  • Operations
  • Research
  • Head office Services
  • Indigenous Supplier
  • Supply Nation
  • Indigenous Procurement
  • Defence
  • History
  • Heritage architecture
  • Environmental preservation
  • Adaptive re-use
  • Sports & Recreation
  • Arts & Culture
  • Indigenous Heritage
  • Tourism