A 30 year vision for Queensland is being developed by the Queensland State Government for each of the four pillars of the State's economy: tourism, agriculture, resources, and construction. Development of the vision for the resources sector is being led by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines (DNRM), through the ResourcesQ initiative. ResourcesQ aims to build a long term strategic vision for the resources sector that is shared between government, industry and civil society. The initiative will explore how the State can create a strong, competitive, diversified and agile resources sector in Queensland and maintain Queensland as a leading global resource destination. This report presents the key findings of a strategic foresight project undertaken by CSIRO and UQ to help inform ResourcesQ. The aim of the work is to consolidate a set of core insights to help construct a vision for Queensland in 2044 that will enable the State to retain the economic strength currently provided from its resources.

Publisher: SMI

Region: Australia

Type: Report

CITATION

Littleboy, A.K.*, Boughen N.*, Brereton D.**, Hajkowicz S.*, Militon A.**, Schleger A.**,.(2014) ResourcesQ Foresight Study: Unearthing future resource sector trends and implications for Queensland (EP145129), Brisbane, Australia: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).

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