The Atlas of Environmental Health was developed by Gaia Resources for the Environmental Health Hazards (EHH) Unit, Department of Health Western Australia.

The EHHU is a branch of the Public Health Division concerned with managing aspects of the natural and built environment that may affect the health of people in WA. This includes issues such as food safety, water quality, asbestos and other applied environmental hazards, tobacco control, safe chemical and pesticide use, mosquito and pest control, and other factors in the environment that may impact on human health.

The CRC for Spatial Information (CRCSI) is well connected globally to the people who have the knowledge, networks and capabilities to ensure Australia and New Zealand remain relevant in a contemporary spatially connected world.

The CRCSI brings together multiple organisations – research partners, international partners, government agencies, and members from the private sector – from Australia, New Zealand and around the globe who have interest and understanding in spatial information. This collaborative group builds funding, expertise and commercialisation opportunities into novel and foundation spatial research that is user-led, involving spatial technologies to solve complex problems of national significance for Australia and New Zealand.

This site was developed by Gaia Resources for the Western Australian Department of Health. Gaia Resources is a consultancy that responsibly delivers sustainable technology solutions to companies that work with the environment. For more information on Gaia Resources, visit their web site.