Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, 2012
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Operation of the Natural Heritage Trust of Australia Act 1997
Figure 1: Funding by Caring for our Country national priority area at 30 June 2012
Figure 1 shows the distribution of expenditure and approved Natural Heritage Trust funds by national priority area on a financial year basis.
The bar graph provides information covering the five year period of the first phase of the Caring for our Country initiative. Total Natural Heritage Trust expenditure decreases from $385.1 million in the 2008-09 financial year to $217.1 million in 2009-10, and to $213.3 million in 2010-11. Total Natural Heritage Trust approvals held as at 30 June 2011 were $151.4 million in 2011-12, and $126.4 million in 2012-13.
Outcome 2: Operation of the Product Stewardship (Oil) Act 2000
Figure 1: Annual volume of oil recycled since the Product Stewardship for Oil program began
Line graph showing the annual volume of oil recycled since the Product Stewardship for Oil Program began in January 2001. 66 million litres were recycled in 2000-01, increasing to 271 million litres in 2011-12, with a slight decrease around 2004-05 to 05-06.
Outcome 5: Strategies
Map 5.1: Alligator Rivers Region, Northern Territory
Map of the Alligator Rivers Region about 220 kilometres east of Darwin in the Northern Territory. The map shows the Arnhem Land Plateau and coastal floodplains, the boundary of Kakadu National Park, the township of Jabiru, the Arnhem and Kakadu Highways, the West, South, and East Alligator Rivers, and to the south, the Katherine River. The lease boundary of Ranger Project Area and Jabiluka Project Area are shown. Locations of old uranium mines in the South Alligator Valley are also shown.
The Alligator Rivers Region is approximately 28,000 sq km.