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Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership GHHP

 WELCOME TO 
GLADSTONE   HARBOUR 

A WORKING PORT

 RICH IN MARINE RESOURCES 

The Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership (GHHP) brings together 23 partner organisations interested in maintaining or, if necessary, improving the health of Gladstone Harbour - Queensland's largest multi-commodity port. Formed in 2013, the partners stem from three levels of government, industry, community, traditional owners and the research sector.

 2021 HIGHLIGHTS 

The 2021 Gladstone Harbour Report Card has several noteworthy highlights. 

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ENVIRONMENTAL
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WATER QUALITY
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FISH HEALTH
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 2021 REPORT CARD 

The Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership (GHHP) presents its seventh annual report card to the community and stakeholders. The 2021 Gladstone Harbour Report Card contains the results calculated using 33 indicators derived from 107 different measures within the four components of harbour health: Environment, Economic, Social, and Cultural.

Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership GHHP 2021 Report Card

Monitoring since 2014 has shown that some indicators are stable from year to year. Because of this stability, some assessments will now be done every third or fifth year. For the 2021 Report Card, Social, Cultural, Economic and Mangroves were not assessed. For these indicators, the 2019 results, and in the case of Cultural Heritage, the 2018 results have been carried over to 2021.

 

Overall, the Gladstone Harbour Report Card 2021 grade results were: Environmental health of Gladstone Harbour, good (B); Cultural health of Gladstone Harbour, satisfactory (C); Social health of Gladstone Harbour, good (B); and the Economic health of Gladstone Harbour, good (B).

 

2021 the second consecutive year that the Environmental component grade was good (B), but it is also the second time since monitoring and reporting began that the water quality grade was very good (A).

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 2021 TECHNICAL 
REPORT 

The 2021 GHHP Technical Report provides a comprehensive overview of the 2021 Gladstone Harbour Report Card and contains the complete results for all report card components, Environmental, Social, Cultural and Economic. The technical report explains the drivers and pressures that could influence the results and includes the methodologies employed to collect data and calculate the final grades and scores. A full overview (including maps) of the areas in which monitoring for all four report card components was conducted is also provided.

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 EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES 

The GHHP Education Resource Kit contains activities and assessment pieces that form part of the school curriculum for students from prep to grade 12. The kit aims to provide students of all ages with an understanding of the health testing taking place in the Gladstone Harbour.

FACT SHEETS
RESOURCES

 OUR PARTNERS 

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CSIRO
FBA
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NRG
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Queensland Government
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Rio Tinto
Santos GLNG
Sealink Travel Group
Smit Lamnalco
Wicet Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal
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 BECOME A HEALTHY 

 HARBOUR HERO 

Sign up to be a Healthy Harbour Hero today! Our Hero’s play a key role in keeping our harbour clean. You’ll receive all the latest news and be one of the first to know about our upcoming events. Plus, you’ll also receive a Healthy Harbour Hero hat!

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