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The Department of Environment and Science together, with our partners and the community, is working to create a vibrant natural environment.
Heavy rain in parts of the state means crocodiles and snakes could turn up unexpectedly in flooded areas.
Before you buy native wildlife check to see if you need a licence and only buy from licensed sellers.
We want to know what you think about expanding the container refund scheme to include additional containers that would be eligible for a refund.
The Queensland First Nations World Heritage Strategy was co-designed and developed with First Nations people and seeks to centre Country and people across all aspects of World Heritage.
The environmental impact statement for Queensland’s first proposed carbon capture and storage demonstration project has been released for public comment.
View the department's official listing of all public notices and consultations. This information is now published online, rather than in print, in line with new requirements for Queensland Government agencies.