The first comprehensive State of Environment Report for Victoria was delivered in 2008.
The first State of the Environment Report for Victoria describes the state of Victoria’s environment as at time of publication, how and why it has changed over time, and how it is expected to change in the future.
Victoria’s Commissioner for Environmental Sustainability was established to promote environmental sustainability.
One of the Commissioner’s statutory functions is to prepare reports on the state of Victoria’s environment at least every five years.
These reports must be tabled in Parliament and followed by a Government response to any recommendations within 12 months.
Energy: 13 Themes in 13 Weeks Series
As part of our special series exploring the 13 key themes of the Victorian State of Environment 2018 Report, this week we highlight our chapter on Energy coinciding with the Commissioner of…
Fire: 13 Themes in 13 Weeks Series
As part of our special series exploring the 13 key themes of the Victorian SoE 2018 report, this week we highlight our chapter on fire. The SoE findings include four key fire indicators, they look at…
The Future of Victoria's Environment at the Royal Society of Victoria
Don't miss out on Dr Scott Rawlings and Andrew Marshall presenting on the key outcomes and recommendations from the recently released State of the Environment 2018 Report at the Royal Society of…