Environmental-Economic Accounting Dashboard
Environmental-Economic Accounting (EEA) helps us understand the condition of our environment and its relationship with our economy – helping decision-makers to reflect the importance of the environment and its contribution to our economic and social wellbeing.
The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) and Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have partnered to progress EEA, including the development of a public dashboard on the state of our key natural capital assets, such as land, water and ecosystems.
The Environmental-Economic Accounting Dashboard prototype is the first step and allows for easy access and use of generated accounts information.
Visit the Environmental-Economic Accounting Dashboard
We are seeking your feedback on the dashboard prototype. This will guide how we expand the content available over time and enhance user experience.
Please provide your thoughts on the dashboard, the Australian account themes included, reporting boundaries of interest and user application tools.
Have your say by 5pm AEST Monday, 31 July 2023.