EPA Strategic Advice for the Exmouth Gulf - Consultation

Closed 11 Nov 2020

Opened 21 Oct 2020

Overview

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is calling for community and industry input on current and proposed pressures facing the Exmouth Gulf and how they are/will impact on the area’s environmental, social and cultural values.

The EPA will provide strategic advice to the Minister for Environment on the potential cumulative impacts of the proposed activities and developments on the environmental, social and cultural values of Exmouth Gulf under section 16(e) of the Environmental Protection Act 1986.

All submissions are welcome and will be considered by the EPA when drafting its strategic advice.

The EPA is particularly interested in receiving views and information in the following areas:

  • What are the values (environmental, social and cultural) you associate or identify with in and around Exmouth Gulf?
  • What activities do you engage with in and around Exmouth Gulf?
  • What environmental pressures do you observe in and around Exmouth Gulf?
  • What environmental pressures in and around Exmouth Gulf affect you/your sector or business?
  • Are there other activities that are proposed (or likely to be proposed) that you are aware of, which will impact the Exmouth Gulf?

Fact sheet: Strategic advice on Exmouth Gulf

Why we are consulting

This consultation will help ensure the EPA’s strategic advice on the Exmouth Gulf is well informed by the community’s views.

We are inviting the community to make a submission via our online Consultation Hub.

You can also:

Email a submission to exmouthgulf@epa.wa.gov.au

Or send hardcopy submissions to:

Exmouth Gulf Consultation

Locked Bag 10

Joondalup DC

WA 6919

In submitting your feedback it is important to note that the EPA may publish all submissions on the EPA website under the name of the submitter. Contact details, including email addresses, postal addresses and phone numbers will not be published.

Areas

  • All of Western Australia

Audiences

  • Public

Interests

  • Public consultation on draft Environmental Assessment Guideline