Criterion 6: Maintenance and enhancement of long-term multiple socioeconomic benefits to meet the needs of societies

This criterion aims to show the extent to which Australia's forests contribute to national and regional economies, benefit personal and community wellbeing, and support cultural values.​

Criterion 6 is available as an accessible PDF[8.8 ​MB]

Data

The data for the tables and figures presented in​ Criterion 6 of Australia's State of the Forests Report 2018​ are available by Indicator here:​​

​​Data for Indicator 6.1a [110 KB]​​​​​​Data for Indicator 6.1b [57 KB]​​​​​​Data for Indicator 6.1c [46 KB]​​​​​​
​​​​Data for Indicator 6.1d [222 KB]​​
Data for Indicator 6.1e [152 KB]​​​​​​Data for Indicator 6.2a [140 KB]​​​​​​
​​​​Data for Indicator 6.2b [45 KB]​​
​​​​No workbook for Indicator 6.3aData for Indicator 6.3b [49 KB]
Data for Indicator 6.4a [43 KB]​​
Data for Indicator 6.4b [40 KB]​​No workbook for Indicator 6.4c​​​​​​
​​​​Data for Indicator 6.4d [67 KB]​​Data for Indicator 6.5a [137 KB]​​​​​​​​​​Data for Indicator 6.5b [315 KB]​​
Data for Indicator 6.5c [47 KB]​​
​​​​Data ​for Indicator 6.5d [45 KB]​​

​The data for the tables and figures for all indicators in​ Criterion 6​ are also available in a single zip file [1.3 MB].​

Maps

​Downloadable versions of maps from Australia's State of the Forests Report 2018 are available at Maps and other graphics​​.

​Spatial data

Downloadable spatial data for forest cover, forest tenure, forest fires, and the Indigenous forest estate from Australia's State of the Forests Report 2018​ are available at Forest spatial data​​.​​

 Photo courtesy of: Hydrowood.

Last reviewed: 4 November 2019