GIS in Agriculture

GIS in Agriculture

In the early 1960s the first Geographical Information System (GIS) was developed by the Canadians to store geospatial data and produce maps for the Canadian Land Inventory. This data provided an indication of the land’s capability to support agriculture, wildlife,...
Life without Bees

Life without Bees

A life without bees, would you notice if they were gone? Do you think it would make a big difference? It is just a little insect right, that small little pest that you weave and duck away from, that little buzzing sound that when you hear it your heart races and you...
National Water Week

National Water Week

Download PDF: ISPL Insight – National Water Week National Water Week is held in the third week of October each year to create awareness of the value of water. Through encouraging individuals, communities, and organisations to think about our collective use of...
National Pollutant Inventory

National Pollutant Inventory

Download PDF: ISPL Insight – National Pollutant Inventory It is that time of year again, many Environmental Officer and Advisors are running around trying to complete their NPI reports.  For those in that space, be relieved it is almost over for another year and...
Threats to Biodiversity

Threats to Biodiversity

Download Insight: ISPL Insight – Threats to Biodiversity The importance of Biodiversity Australia is renowned for its unique ecosystems, and evolutionary distinct flora and fauna. With countless biodiversity hotspots, Australia is one of the world’s 17...