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1370.0 - Measuring Australia's Progress, 2002  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 19/06/2002   
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    General information
    Indicators of Australia's progress
    Measuring progress - an ABS approach
    How the progress indicators are presented
    Dimensions and indicators of progress
    The headline indicators
      Social attachment
      Education and training
      Land clearance
      Land degradation
      Inland waters
      Air quality
      Greenhouse gases
      National wealth
      National income
      Economic disadvantage and inequality
    The supplementary commentaries
      Health: Looking more closely
      Education and training: Looking more closely
      Work: Looking more closely
      Biodiversity: Looking more closely
      Land use: Looking more closely
      Inland waters: Looking more closely
      Marine ecosystems
      Invasive species
      Atmosphere: Looking more closely
      National wealth: Looking more closely
      National income: Looking more closely
      Economic disadvantage and inequality: Looking more closely
      Capital formation
      Knowledge and innovation
      Crime: Looking more closely
      Communication and transport
      Culture and leisure
      Governance, democracy and citizenship
    Appendix 1: Criteria for selecting indicators
    Appendix 2: Acknowledgements
    Appendix 3: Other initiatives

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