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Australian Commonwealth Government

  • National Environment Protection (Ambient Air Quality) Measure
    A national monitoring strategy with goals and standards aimed at protecting ambient air quality in Australian cities with a focus on criteria air pollutants, i.e. nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, fine particles as PM10 and PM2.5, ozone and lead.
  • National Environment Protection (Air Toxics) Measure
    A national monitoring strategy with ‘monitoring investigation levels’ aimed at protecting ambient air quality in Australian cities with a focus on hazardous air pollutants (or air toxics), i.e. benzene, benzo(a)pyrene, formaldehyde, toluene and xylenes.

Queensland

  • Environmental Protection Act 1994
    The state’s over arching environmental protection legislation.
  • Environmental Protection Regulation 2008
    Outlines state regulations for managing environmental protection and its operations.
  • State Planning Policy July 2017
    The SPP defines the Queensland Government’s policies about matters of state interest in land use planning and development, and how they must be dealt with in planning schemes, council development assessment processes and in designating land for community infrastructure.
  • Environmental Protection (Air) Policy 2008
    The Air EPP defines the Queensland Government policies for the protection of the air environment. The policy identifies environmental values to be enhanced, states indicators and air quality objectives for enhancing or protecting those environmental values, and provides a framework for making consistent, equitable and and informed decisions about the air environment.

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Victoria

Australia

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Germany

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Australia

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Meteorological and Weather Organisations

Australian Commonwealth Government

  • National Environment Protection (Ambient Air Quality) Measure
    A national monitoring strategy with goals and standards aimed at protecting ambient air quality in Australian cities with a focus on criteria air pollutants, i.e. nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, fine particles as PM10 and PM2.5, ozone and lead.
  • National Environment Protection (Air Toxics) Measure
    A national monitoring strategy with ‘monitoring investigation levels’ aimed at protecting ambient air quality in Australian cities with a focus on hazardous air pollutants (or air toxics), i.e. benzene, benzo(a)pyrene, formaldehyde, toluene and xylenes.

Queensland

  • Environmental Protection Act 1994
    The state’s over arching environmental protection legislation.
  • Environmental Protection Regulation 2008
    Outlines state regulations for managing environmental protection and its operations.
  • State Planning Policy 2016
    The SPP defines the Queensland Government’s policies about matters of state interest in land use planning and development, and how they must be dealt with in planning schemes, council development assessment processes and in designating land for community infrastructure.
  • Environmental Protection (Air) Policy 2008
    The Air EPP defines the Queensland Government policies for the protection of the air environment. The policy identifies environmental values to be enhanced, states indicators and air quality objectives for enhancing or protecting those environmental values, and provides a framework for making consistent, equitable and and informed decisions about the air environment.

New South Wales

Victoria

South Australia

New Zealand

United States

Canada

European Commission

United Kingdom

China

World Health Organisation

World Bank

Queensland

New South Wales

Victoria

Australia

United Kingdom

Germany

United States

European Commission

Australia

World Health Organisation

European Commission

Meteorological and Weather Organisations