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The Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability welcomes the release of the Port Phillip Bay Environmental Management Plan 2017-2027 by the Minister for Environment, Energy and Climate Change, Lily D’Ambrosio.
The Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability has welcomed the recently released discussion paper on the development of new technologies to convert waste into energy.
The Commissioner was honoured to speak at the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand Inc (EIANZ) annual conference in Wellington, New Zealand, this week. It’s an event that brings together academics, government, business and industry leaders from all facets of the environmental spectrum.
As a resident of the southern metropolitan region, I was pleased to be one of over 200 community members at the Southern Metropolitan Partnership 2017 Annual Assembly in Frankston last night.
Last month, I participated in the Data Democracy Project, devised by the Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation (CeRDI) at Federation University Australia.
Research published in the State of the Bays 2016 report gained international attention as a result of the United Nations Development Programme’s second annual Global Goals Jam.
"It is not enough to analyse the problem. We must be in the business of helping to deliver solutions”.
The State of the Bays website, launched in December 2016, has won silver at the Government Design Awards in the category of Digital Government Services.
Dr Gillian Sparkes spoke from the heart last night at a speech celebrating ‘Women in the Environment’.
Minister for Planning Richard Wynne joined Wurundjeri elders in Victorian Parliament today to introduce the Yarra River Protection (Wilip-gin Birrarung murron) Bill 2017.