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NEWS 11 JUL 2022

Coordinated planning needed to mitigate and improve resilience around coastal hazards

Week 6: Information series for the State of the Marine and Coastal Environment 2021 Report

NEWS 28 JAN 2021

What Makes a City Sustainable?

Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability Dr Gillian Sparkes delivered a keynote ‘What Makes a City Sustainable? Science, Technology and Sustainable Development’ at the inaugural virtual Smart…

NEWS 19 NOV 2020

Victorian Spatial Showcase and eSummit

Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability Dr Gillian Sparkes was a panellist and keynote speaker at ‘Spatial Science for Sustainable Development and Unlocking the Transformative Potential of the…

NEWS 23 JUL 2020

Victorian Land Cover Time Series Released

The release of the Victorian Land Cover Time Series on 23 July 2020 by DELWP is an important milestone for land cover information gathering and how we view, interpret and analyse Victoria’s…

NEWS 30 AUG 2019

Signing between the Australian Space Agency and FrontierSI to drive growth for Australia's space and spatial industries

On Thursday, 29 August 2019, FrontierSI signed a Statement of Strategic Intent and Cooperation with the Australian Space Agency in Melbourne. I joined Head of the ASA Dr Megan Clark AC and FrontierSI…

NEWS 8 MAR 2019

Women leading reforms in the environmental sector

As part of International Womens Day, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Lily D’Ambrosio addressed the Legislative Assembly in the Victorian Parliament yesterday, highlighting…

STORY 2 JUL 2018

30 years of renewable energy in Victoria

Past and future performance A 2014 Climate Council report found Victoria and NSW were the only Australian states that had not increased the proportion of renewable energy in their electricity…

STORY 2 JUL 2018

Preserving Victoria's River Red Gum parks

Not just any old tree There are few Australian landscapes more iconic than the River Red Gum forests that line Victoria’s Murray, Ovens and Goulburn rivers. Loved by locals and visitors alike, these…

STORY 2 JUL 2018

More water, more life

In the dry Mallee country in north-western Victoria, the Hattah Lakes are an oasis for native animals who find food and shelter in these wetlands and floodplains. The lakes are filled seasonally by…

NEWS 6 FEB 2018

Game-changing environmental monitoring reforms are underway

  Access to information on the state of the environment through digital platforms will be a powerful enabler of citizen participation and development of local solutions over the next decade in…