5. The parties agree that prime ministers are ultimately responsible for intergovernmental considerations and final decisions on the national greenhouse gas response strategy. The Northern Australia Indigenous Development Agreement (the agreement) is an intergovernmental agreement to promote indigenous economic development as an important part of the Northern Development Agenda. The Agreement recognizes that Aboriginal participation in the economy is essential to fully achieving the development of Northern Australia and provides a framework for cooperation and an individual framework for cooperation between governments to promote aboriginal economic development in northern Australia. For more information on other intergovernmental agreements, see below. Detailed commitments of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) can be recorded in intergovernmental agreements or declarations of cooperation. (3) In order to avoid duplication and duplication in the collection and maintenance of all terrestrial data, the Australian Land Information Council will facilitate the coordination of intergovernmental agreements (including appropriate financial arrangements) and put in place mechanisms to make data more accessible at all levels of government and the private sector. All agreements detail the circumstances under which the exchange and joint use of data is appropriate. Intergovernmental arrangements are subject to first ministers` approval no later than 12 months after the implementation of this agreement. When adopting standards, guidelines or targets, the Authority will examine the most effective way to achieve the required national environmental outcomes. The Authority will also take into account existing intergovernmental mechanisms with regard to these measures. 24.

When the bill is introduced, the Working Group on Environmental Policy will also present a report to premiers on the financial modalities needed to implement the agreements set out in this timetable. Where the state`s interest is recognized in accordance with the principles and procedures and the following provisions must not result in undue delays in negotiation, accession or implementation of international agreements: 2.3.3 States have an interest in developing Australia`s position on international (bilateral or multilateral) environmental agreements that may affect the exercise of their powers. In many cases, agreements have been the precursors to the adoption of Commonwealth or state and territorial laws. The agreements reached at the COAG level show that the results enjoy increased government support and have a greater currency and strength than departmental reports and press release texts, which may not always contain detailed political and/or operational issues. 4.4 Unless the timetables are otherwise, existing intergovernmental rules will be the main mechanisms for cooperative implementation of the provisions of the agreement. 4.2 This agreement does not affect any existing intergovernmental agreement between the Commonwealth and a state or state or state, or between states, unless amendments or amendments to these agreements are proposed in accordance with a review procedure and/or review process arising from this agreement. The parties recognize that the Commonwealth is responsible for negotiating and concluding international environmental agreements. The Commonwealth agrees to assume this responsibility in light of this agreement and the principles and procedures agreed from time to time for commonwealth and state consultation on treaties.