Dhawurayina, ngurayina, gawarwarri ngaladji. 
Our Country, our Homeland, is always in our hearts.

Ngurawari, gawar dhawurangu wanggiralidjiny, winanganguru nimidjanguru. 
In our Homeland our hearts heed the Country, with strength and with health.

Ngunnawal Nation
The health and wellbeing of Country and people are connected. The world’s oldest continuing cultures, Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, have held this truth for tens of thousands of years. In this report, Indigenous and non-Indigenous people have worked together to create the first holistic assessment of the current state of Australia’s environment.
Key Findings
Find out the main messages of the report. Each chapter has 10 key points that summarise the findings of the chapter.
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Outlook and impacts
Where are we headed? Understand the future outlook, based on how the environment is tracking now and how we are managing it. Also find out how environmental change affects our health and economy.
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How are the different aspects of our environment and society tracking? Explore the overall condition of Australian land and seascapes, ecosystems, wildlife and communities.
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What are the pressures on our environment? Identify the main climate, human and industry pressures for our environment, and find out how they interact and affect both environmental outcomes and our own wellbeing.
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How effective is our overall management of the environment? Discover the main environmental management interventions and actions, and how well they protect our environment and minimise the impact of pressures.
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Chapter resources
Find out about the chapter authors and their analysis approach, the artwork appearing in the chapter, and available supplementary material.
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