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									Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004

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Question No: 35

Outcomes achieved for clients from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds Written question on notice

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Senator Ludwig asked: For the each of the i) 1999-00, ii) 2000-01, iii) 2001-02, iv) 2002-03, v) 2003-04 financial years, did the Department include in its annual report a report on outcomes achieved for clients from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds? Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage No. Australian Greenhouse Office No. Bureau of Meteorology No. National Oceans Office No Sydney Harbour Federation Trust No. Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator
The ORER became a prescribed agency from 1 July 2003. Prior to that date, the ORER was not required to publish financial year annual reports. The ORER did not report on outcomes achieved for clients from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds in the 2003-04 annual report.

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
In its Annual Report for each of the years in question, the Authority has reported on the outcomes achieved by the Indigenous Policy Liaison Unit.

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Question No: 36

Report on outcomes achieved for clients from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds Written question on notice

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If not, for the each of the i) 1999-00, ii) 2000-01, iii) 2001-02, iv) 2002-03, v) 2003-04 financial years, did the Department otherwise publish a report on outcomes achieved for clients from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds? (If yes, please supply report) Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage No. For each of these years the department provided relevant input to the Australian Government‟s Access and Equity annual report. The Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs publishes the Access and Equity annual reports. They are available online at http://www.immi.gov.au/multicultural/access_equity/index.htm Australian Greenhouse Office No. Bureau of Meteorology No. National Oceans Office No. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust No. Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator The ORER provided details of its activities with respect to the performance management framework for the Charter of the Public Service in a Culturally Diverse Society to the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs in 2004-05, but has not provided this information in previous years.

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004 Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority In its Annual Report for each of the years in question, the Authority has reported on the outcomes achieved by the Indigenous Policy Liaison Unit.

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004

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Question No: 37

Developing culturally responsive and accessible services Written question on notice

For the each of the i) 1999-00, ii) 2000-01, iii) 2001-02, iv) 2002-03, v) 2003-04 financial years, did the department budget for costs associated with developing culturally responsive and accessible services?

Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage The department does not explicitly account for the cost of developing culturally responsive and accessible services in its annual budgets. Some departmental programmes and projects affect people from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds – mainly indigenous people. In each case the costs associated with being culturally responsive and accessible are absorbed within the relevant programme. Australian Greenhouse Office i) 1999-00 No ii) 2000-01 No iii) 2001-02 Yes iv) 2002-03 Yes v) 2003-04 Yes Bureau of Meteorology Yes. National Oceans Office No. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust No. Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator The ORER had a general provision in the internal budget to meet any additional costs of providing culturally responsive and accessible services.

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004 Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Yes: The Authority budgets for annual operational costs associated with the Indigenous Policy Liaison Unit.

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Question No: 38

Culturally responsible and accessible services Written question on notice

Senator Ludwig asked: For the 2003-2004 financial year, how much did the department budget for this purpose Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage See answer to question 37. Australian Greenhouse Office $2m. Bureau of Meteorology $30k. National Oceans Office Nil. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust Nil. Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator Specific funding was not provided, please see response to question 37. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority The Authority budget for 2003-04 operational costs associated with the Indigenous Policy Liaison Unit was $478,662.

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Question No: 39

Culturally responsive and accessible services Written question on notice

Senator Ludwig asked: For the each of the i) 1999-00, ii) 2000-01, iii) 2001-02, iv) 2002-03, v) 2003-04 financial years, how many Departmental programs or services were delivered via an intermediary service provider, such as another level of government or a non-government organisation. Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage i) 3 ii) 6 iii) 6 iv) 5 v) 6 These figures refer to departmental programmes or services delivered entirely by intermediary service providers. Australian Greenhouse Office i) 0 ii) 3 (2 programmes (PVRP and RRPGP) delivered via State & Territory 1 agencies, and 1 (REEF) via AusIndustry ) iii) 3 iv) 3 v) 3
1. The MoU between Australian Greenhouse Office and former Department of Industry Science and Resources provided that REEF would be modelled on the Government‟s existing Innovation Investment Fund delivered by AusIndustry, and ISR will have prime responsibility for responding to requests for information on the policy relating to the REEF program from the Parliament, Ministers, industry and the wider community. This will include parliamentary questions.

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Bureau of Meteorology i) 2 ii) 2 iii) 2 iv) 2 National Oceans Office Nil. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust Nil. Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator The ORER had no outsourced service provision in 1999-2000. For the financial years of 2000-01 to 2003-04 the ORER delivered one service via an outsourced contractor. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority By agreement between the Australian and Queensland Governments, the park management of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is undertaken through collaborative agency arrangements. These arrangements were in place for each of the years under consideration.

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Question No: 40

Culturally responsive and accessible services Written question on notice

Senator Ludwig asked: Of these, in each financial year how many did the funding conditions in contracts specify relevant access and equity accountabilities (for example, collection and reporting of information on client characteristics)? Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage None of the agreements for the delivery of programmes or services contained specific access and equity requirements. However intermediary service providers must comply with relevant Commonwealth statutes, regulations, by-laws, and requirements used. Bureau of Meteorology i) 0 ii) 0 iii) 0 iv) 0 Australian Greenhouse Office i) 0 ii) 2 Agreements signed by Ministers allowed for normal State procedures in detailed non-technical administration iii) 2 iv) 2 v) 2 National Oceans Office Nil. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust Nil Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator The contract does not require the reporting of cultural characteristics as the contract relates to making an internet-based system available to the public and not to provide services to

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004 „clients‟ as would generally be meant by that term. As the system can be accessed by the public, and accessing the system can be completely anonymous, a simple mechanism to collect this information is not available. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Nil.

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Question No: 41

Culturally responsive and accessible services Written question on notice

Senator Ludwig asked: For each of these, is the provision a standard clause? If so, can the Department please supply the clause? Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage See answer to question 40. Australian Greenhouse Office i) Not applicable ii) Yes* iii) Yes* iv) Yes* v) Yes*
*For the Photovoltaic Rebate Programme, the standard clause on Compliance with Law states: “The Parties will, in carrying out the objectives of the PVRP, comply with the provisions of any relevant statutes, regulations, by-laws, and requirements of the Commonwealth, or the State (as applicable). The Parties agree with respect to the implementation of the PVRP to comply with the information privacy principles set out in section 14 of the Privacy Act 1988 and to comply in so far as is practicable with any policy guidelines laid down by the Commonwealth or issued by the Privacy Commissioner from time to time relating to the handling of personal information”. For the Renewable Remote Power Generation Programme, the standard clause on Compliance with laws states: "The Parties must, in carrying out their obligations under this Agreement, comply with the provisions of all relevant statutes, regulations, by-laws and requirements of the Commonwealth, the State and any Local Authority."

Bureau of Meteorology Not applicable. National Oceans Office Nil. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust Nil

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004 Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator
The contract does not include a specific access and equity reporting clause.

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Nil.

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Question No: 42

Culturally responsive and accessible services Written question on notice

Senator Ludwig asked: If there is no standard provision, is a copy of the provision available for each of these? Are the provisions subsequently audited? If yes, what were the results? (Please supply). Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage See answer to question 40. Australian Greenhouse Office i) Not applicable ii) No provision available other than through States. Australian Government audits confined to
financial and technical compliance

iii) iv) v)

As above As above As above

Bureau of Meteorology Not applicable. National Oceans Office No. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust No. Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator
The contract does not include a specific access and equity reporting clause.

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Nil.

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Question No: 43

Community information publications Written question on notice

Senator Ludwig asked: Can the Department provide a current list of each community information publication it publishes in English as at a) the current date (2, December 2004) or if this is unavailable b) 30 June, 2004 (and take from then to 2 December 2004 On Notice) or if this is unavailable c) 1 January 2004 (and take from then to 2 December 2004 On Notice) or if this is unavailable d) the last date for which they were available (specify date and take from then to 2 December 2004 On Notice)? Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage Most of the department‟s community information publications are listed on the internet at http://www.deh.gov.au/about/publications/list.html. (This site also provides access to the publications of other environment and heritage portfolio agencies). Other lists of publications are available at http://its-db.aad.gov.au/proms/pubn http://www.ahc.gov.au/publications/index.html http://www.greenhouse.gov.au/publications/index.html http://www.oceans.gov.au/ http://www.deh.gov.au/atmosphere/publications/index.html http://www.deh.gov.au/biodiversity/publications/index.html http://www.deh.gov.au/coasts/publications/index.html http://www.deh.gov.au/heritage/publications/index.html http://www.deh.gov.au/water/publications/index.html http://www.deh.gov.au/land/publications/index.html http://www.deh.gov.au/parks/publications/index.html The department does not maintain a complete list of all its publications centrally. The internet listings are updated at least weekly. Identifying those publications which were available at 2 December 2004 would take an undue diversion of resources. On this basis it is not proposed to provide further detail in response to question 43. Australian Greenhouse office The department‟s response includes the AGO.

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004

Bureau of Meteorology The list of community information publications at the current date is:  A 100 years of science and service  Australia – Climate of our continent  Australia‟s first weathermen  Australia‟s National Meteorological Library  Australia‟s reference climate stations  Australian weather extremes  Automatic weather stations  Bushfire weather  Climate variability & El Niño  Cloud chart  Clouds  Comfortable housing in a humid climate  Drought in Australia  Drought Review Australia  Drought, Dust and Deluge  Farmweather  Flood Warning Services  Relative humidity poster  Interpreting weather satellite images  Know your cyclone warning system  Living with drought  Long-term climate variability in Australia  Marine weather services  Monthly Rainfall Review Australia  Natural disaster reduction  Observing the weather & climate  Our future climate  Public weather services  Rainfall – average monthly and average annual  Rainfall deciles  Reducing vulnerability  Severe Weather, Facts and warnings  SILO meteograms  State-based Monthly Weather Reviews  Storm Spotters‟ handbook  Sunshine – average daily sunshine hours  Temp max – average daily temperature  Temp min – average daily temperature  The aneroid barometer

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004                     The atmosphere of the living planet earth The Bureau of Meteorology The greenhouse effect and climate change The ozone layer The weather by satellite The weather forecast The weather map The weather sentinels Thunderstorms Tropical Cyclones: A Guide for mariners in Northwest Australia Urban design Volunteers for weather, climate and water Weather by fax Weather for flight Weather for Pesticide Spraying Weather radar Weather Services to Agriculture and Viticulture in South Australia Weather, water and cities Weather, oceans & human activity Western Australia fire weather districts

National Oceans Office Nil. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust See Attachment A Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator See Attachment B. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority See Attachment C.

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004 Question on notice No. 43 - Attachment B The ORER publishes the following documents as at 20 December 2004:  Annual reports o Administrative o Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator Annual Report 2003 o Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator Annual Report 2002 o Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator Annual Report 2001 o Financial o Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator Financial Annual Report 2003-04  Consultant reports o Modelling the Price of RECs - December 2002 o Modelling the Price of RECs under the MRET - October 2002  Contract listing - Senate order o 1 July 2003 to 30 June 2004 o 1 July 2003 to 31 December 2003  Corporate Plan  Regulatory plan  Service Charter Fact sheets
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Agents Renewable Energy Certificates The Renewable Energy Regulator Sample REC assignment declaration Solar water heaters and small generation units Eligible generators o Accreditation of power stations o How to appeal a decision of the Renewable Energy Regulator o Measuring eligibility for Renewable Energy Certificates o Power stations under the Mandatory Renewable Energy Target o REC validation questions - Sample questions for power stations Liable purchases of electricity o How to appeal a decision of the Renewable Energy Regulator o Mandatory Renewable Energy Target - Liability o Measuring eligibility for Renewable Energy Certificates Renewable Energy Certificates The Renewable Energy Regulator Solar water heaters and small generation units Guidelines Agents o Calculating Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for Small Hydroelectric Systems o Calculating Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for Small Solar Panel (Photovoltaic) Systems o Calculating Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for Small Wind Turbines
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Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004 Guideline on replacement solar water heaters - Calculating REC values Eligibility requirements and list of solar water heaters Sample REC assignment declaration Registered agents for deemed units - List of agents Eligible Generators o Guidelines for Calculating Eligible Renewable Generation when Co-firing Renewable Fuels with Coal o Guidelines for Determining the Renewable Components of Waste to Electricity Generation o Wood waste assessment sheets Small generation units o Calculating Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for Small Hydroelectric Systems o Calculating Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for Small Solar Panel (Photovoltaic) Systems o Calculating Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for Small Wind Turbines Solar water heaters and heat pump water heaters o Guideline on replacement solar water heaters - Calculating REC values o List of eligible domestic and commercial solar water heaters and heat pump water heaters o Registered agents for deemed units - List of agents Solar water heater manufacturers o Guideline to calculate RECs for commercial solar water heaters (greater than 700L) - Version 6 o Guideline to calculate RECs for domestic solar water heaters (less than 700L) - Version 10 o Heat loss test procedure for solar water heaters with a hot water storage tank greater than 630L REC-registry o How to create RECs from a power station o How to offer RECs for surrender o Sample power station REC validation questions o Selecting and transferring RECs
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Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004 Question on Notice 43 - Attachment C
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Publications List as at December 2004

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An introduction to using the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Annual Report 2002-2003 Annual Report 2003-2004 Best environmental Practice – student guide Biodiversity matters Bulletin – Guidelines for fish feeding on the Great Barrier Reef March 2003 Bulletin – Guidelines for whale watching in the Great Barrier Reef Cairns Area Plan of Management – A guide to the amended POM June 2002 Cairns Area Plan of Management June 2002 Cairns Cooktown Introductory Guide 2003 Cairns Plan of Management Amendments 2004 Day-to-Day Management newsletter No 1 Detailed Map 1 – Cape York Detailed Map 10 – Whitsunday Detailed Map 11 – Hydrographers passage Detailed Map 12 – Mackay Detailed Map 13 – Swains Reef West Detailed Map 14 – Swains Reef East Detailed Map 15 – Shoalwater Bay Detailed Map 16 – Byfield Detailed Map 17 – Gladstone Detailed Map 18 – Bundaberg Detailed Map 2 – Cape Grenville Detailed Map 3 – Lockhart River Detailed Map 4 – Cape Melville Detailed Map 5 – Cooktown Detailed Map 6 – Cairns Detailed Map 7 – Innisfail Detailed Map 8 – Townsville Detailed Map 9 – Cape Upstart Discover the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Revised Edition 2001 Draft Policy – Sewage discharges from marine outlets in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Dugong Protection Areas – Cleveland Bay and Bowling Green Bay Dec 2001 Dugong Protection Areas – Edgecumbe Bay June 2001 Dugong Protection Areas – Hinchinbrook and Taylors Beach June 2001 Dugong Protection Areas – Llewellyn Bay Ince Bay and Clairview Region June 2001 Dugong Protection Areas – Repulse Bay Newry Region and Sand Bay June 2001 Dugong Protection Areas – Rodds Bay June 2001

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004                                          Dugong Protection Areas – Shoalwater Bay and Port Clinton June 2001 Dugong Protection Areas – Upstart Bay June 2001 Environmental Guidelines for Marinas in the Great Barrier Reef marine Park Exploring Reef Biodiversity – Everyone can Fact Sheet 1 – Interesting facts Fact Sheet 10 – Shipping in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Fact Sheet 11 – Commercial fishing in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Fact Sheet 12 – Local Marine Advisory Committees Fact Sheet 13 – Threatened Species on the Great Barrier Reef Fact Sheet 17 – Litter Fact Sheet 2 – Tourism in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Fact Sheet 20 – Coral Spawning Fact Sheet 3 – Crown of thorns starfish on the Great Barrier Reef Fact Sheet 4 – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island People and the Great Barrier Reef Fact Sheet 5 – Day-to-Day Management Fact Sheet 6 – Protecting the Great Barrier Reef – Permits Fact Sheet 7 – Planning, zoning and plans of management Fact Sheet 8 – Pollution Fact Sheet 9 – Recreational fishing Far Northern Introductory Guide 2003 GBRMPA organisational chart Great Barrier Reef – A 25 year strategic plan for the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area 1994-2019 Great Barrier Reef – general reference map Great Barrier Reef Marine Park inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1981 Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and World Heritage brochure Hinchinbrook Plan of Management 2004 Hinchinbrook Plan of Management 2004 Information sheet for general tourism operators Hinchinbrook Plan of Management information sheet Hinchinbrook Maps Hook and lure poster International Coral Reef Initiative 1998 Renewed call to action International Tropic Marine Ecosystems Management Symposium – proceedings Mackay Capricorn Introductory Guide Maine Parks Permit Application Marine websites Marine Wonders of Hinchinbrook Our Great Barrier Reef is Under Pressure Permit Information Series – Being a responsible Permittee Permit Information Series – Changing or continuing your permit Permit Information Series – Environmental Management Charge Permit Information Series – environmental Research Ethics Committee Permit Information Series – How to execute your deed

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004                                           Permit Information Series – Marine Parks permits Permit Information Series – Permit Application Assessment process Permit Information Series – Permit application assessment fee Permit Information Series – Permit transfer application Permit Information Series – Review procedures and rights Permit Information Series – transferring your permit Poster clownfish Poster coral garden Poster crossing the blur highway Poster dugong Poster Low Isles Poster Nudibranch Poster prawns Protecting the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area Public mornings and anchoring Northern GBR RAP The planning process in detail Reef Beat poster – agriculture and aquaculture Reef Beat poster – land use in our catchment Reef Beat poster – Let‟s keep it great Reef Beat poster – mangroves Reef Beat poster - Our catchment area Reef Beat poster – Our reef ecosystem Reef Beat poster – Recreational and commercial fishing Reef Beat poster – seagrasses Reef Beat poster – tourism and recreation Reef Beat poster – water in our catchment Reef ED postcard Reef HQ brochure Reef HQ floor plan – English Reef HQ floor plan – German Reef Notes – Dugongs Reef Notes – Fringing reefs Reef Notes – Seabirds Reef Notes – The Great Barrier Reef Reef Notes – Turtles Reef Notes – Whales and Dolphins Sea Country Newsletter June 2004 Seagrasses in Queensland Waters – Current State of Knowledge March 2004-12-21 SeaRead Issue 1 Oct/Nov Shoalwater Bay (Dugong) Plan of Management State of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area 1998 Tide times 2004

Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology & the Arts Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Environment and Heritage Budget Supplementary Estimates 2004-2005, November 2004             Tourism and Recreation newsletter Townsville Whitsunday Introductory Guide Turtle Information Kit second edition March 2002 Dugong Information Kit Videoconferencing brochure Watch out for whales flyer Watch out for whales poster Water Quality – a Threat to the Great Barrier Reef Whale and Dolphin Conservation in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park What‟s that slick Whitsunday Plan of Management Area. A guide to the amended Whitsunday Plan of Management September 2004-12-21 Zoning Plan 2003

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Question No: 44

Community information publications Written question on notice

Senator Ludwig asked: For the above list, what publications are translated into languages other than English and for each, what languages are they translated into? Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage Some information on translations is available on the internet sites listed in the answer to question 43. However records on such publications are incomplete. Where data is held it is not in a format readily adaptable to the question and would consequently take an undue diversion of resources to prepare. On this basis it is not proposed to answer questions 44-46. Australian Greenhouse Office The department‟s response includes the AGO. Bureau of Meteorology Nil. National Oceans Office Nil. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust Nil Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator No ORER publications are translated into another language. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Reef HQ Brochure published in German.

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Question No: 45

Community information publications Written question on notice

Senator Ludwig asked: For the above list, how many copies were printed? Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage See answer to question 44. Australian Greenhouse Office The department‟s response includes the AGO. Bureau of Meteorology Not applicable. National Oceans Office Nil. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust N/A. Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator No copies were printed. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority 10,000 copies of Reef HQ Brochure published in German.

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Question No: 46

Community information publications Written question on notice

Senator Ludwig asked: For the above list, what was the total cost of each document in translation, publication, printing and distribution? Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage See answer to question 44. Australian Greenhouse Office The department‟s response includes the AGO. Bureau of Meteorology Not applicable. National Oceans Office Nil. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust N/A Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator No translation costs were incurred. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Total cost of $1,364 printed in German.

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Question No: 57

Senator Ludwig asked: For each of the financial years i) 1995-96, ii) 1996-97, iii) 1997-98, iv) 1998-99, v) 1999-00, vi) 2000-01, vii) 2001-02, viii) 2002-03, ix) 2003-04 how much was spent in advertising or advertorial in the ethnic press? Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage Records on expenditure are incomplete for the period required. For the periods where data is held it is not in a format readily adaptable to the question and would consequently take an undue diversion of resources to prepare. On this basis it is not proposed to answer questions 57–59.

See Attachment for other Agency responses.

Attachment A

Question on Notice No. 57
For each of the financial years i) 1995-96, ii) 1996-97, iii) 1997-98, iv) 1998-99, v) 1999-00, vi) 2000-01, vii) 2001-02, viii) 2002-03, ix) 2003-04 how much was spent in advertising or advertorial in the ethnic press?

Division/Agency Department of the Environment and Heritage * Bureau of Meteorology Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority National Oceans Office Australian Greenhouse Office Sydney Harbour Federation Trust Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator *

1995-96

1996-97

1997-98

1998-99

1999-00

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

Nil Ni Nil Nil N/A Nil

Nil Nil Nil Nil N/A Nil

Nil Nil Nil Nil N/A Nil

Nil Nil Nil Nil N/A Nil

Nil Nil Nil Nil N/A Nil

Nil Nil Nil Nil N/A Nil

Nil Nil Nil Nil $363 Nil

Nil Nil Nil Nil $1,553 Nil

Nil *$1,062.50 Nil Nil Nil Nil

Advertising in indigenous press

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Question No: 58

Senator Ludwig asked: For each of the above years, could the Department please specify each title, in which advertising was bought, the language of that title and the total annual spend on advertising and advertorial in each title. Answer/s: Department of the Environment and Heritage See answer to question 57. Australian Greenhouse Office N/A. Bureau of Meteorology Not applicable – no ethnic press advertising. National Oceans Office Nil. Sydney Harbour Federation Trust See Attachment. Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator Not applicable. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
2003-04 Advertising in indigenous press: Torres News: English: Murri Views: English: $680.00 $382.50


								
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