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REPORT 10 DEC 2020

Government Response: State of the Yarra and its Parklands 2018 Report

The State of the Yarra and its Parklands 2018 Report is the first of its kind from the Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability. The Report was tabled in Parliament by the Minister for

PUBLICATION 19 MAR 2019

State of the Forests 2018 Report

State of the Forests reports are produced every five years to evaluate and report on the condition of Victoria’s forests.

REPORT 19 MAR 2019

State of the Forests 2018 Report

In 2019, three significant reports on the health of our environment, prepared by the Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability, were publicly released - the State of the Environment 2018

REPORT 19 MAR 2018

State of the Environment 2018 Report

In 2019, three significant reports on the health of our environment, prepared by the Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability, were publicly released - the State of the Environment 2018

PUBLICATION 19 MAR 2018

State of the Yarra and Its Parklands 2018 Report

REPORT 19 MAR 2018

State of the Yarra and its Parklands 2018 Report

The State of the Yarra and its Parklands 2018 Report is the first of its kind from the Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability. The State of the Environment 2018 Report provides the

PUBLICATION 19 MAR 2018

State of the Environment 2018 Report

REPORT 5 SEP 2016

State of the Bays 2016 Report

View our State of the Bays 2016 interpretive website stateofthebays.vic.gov.au Victoria’s first State of the Bays Report is a historic baseline study of the health of Port Phillip Bay and

NEWS 24 JUN 2020

Expanded controls on development along the Yarra River

Expanded controls on development along the Yarra River have been announced as recommended in the State of the Yarra and its Parklands Report (2018). “The planning controls follow an interim

NEWS 15 JUN 2020

Celebrating our Bays

As part of our campaign to celebrate Victoria’s marine environment, this week we wanted to share some background to the two most populated Bays – Port Phillip and Western Port. At the edge