The Morrison Government has released this strategy document to set out how the government will deliver on its response to the Royal Commission. The roadmap provides timelines for implementing the federal government's response, in an attempt to provide some clarity and certainty to consumers, the banking industry and regulators.
This report outlines environmental criteria that mine operators can use to demonstrate they have successfully and sustainably rehabilitated their site after mining. While the new guidance primarily targets the resources sector, other industries can potentially use the guidance when undertaking ecological restoration.
The climate impact of Australia’s fossil fuel exports ranks behind only Russia and Saudi Arabia, in terms of global emissions, according to this report. Australian governments actively promote even greater coal and gas exports and our politicians work hard to avoid confronting the climate impacts of our behavoiur. In reality, those impacts are enormous.
This report highlights the significant economic, social, and educational opportunities that interactive media offers New Zealand. The case studies of globally recognised New Zealand studios and creators are examples of how these opportunities can be seized through talent, creativity and dedication.
This guideline assists organisations and people who operate public aquatic facilities to reduce risks to public health. It also provides advice to local and state government environmental health officers to help fulfil their regulatory and advisory roles with respect to water quality.
The document outlines a Theory of Change (ToC). It was primarily developed to guide the collective and individual work of the Women's Health Services (WHS) and to track progress towards the vision for the rights of all Victorian women to optimal sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing to be fully realised.
This strategy aims to prioritise the wellbeing of both the people who come into the New Zealand prison system and their whānau (extended family). Through this new approach, and working with Māori and all key stakeholders, the government aims to improve wellbeing outcomes of prisoners and reduce the number of Māori in prison.
This review considers progress to date in strengthening PM&C’s protective security procedures, practices and culture protective security culture. It also includes recommendations to guide ongoing efforts to mature protective security culture across the department and broader Australian Public Service.
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