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The Victorian 2013 State of our Environment Report opens by paying respect to Aboriginal people because this is a report that considers how people live in the environment and we all know that some live more sustainably than others. Our record since colonisation is not good and we now live with the legacy of our land, water and human settlement management practices. With leadership, application and the implementation of sound environmental policies we can and should be working to remedy this legacy. Strategic policy development and implementation will generate solutions. My report reflects the fact that the task is vast and the need urgent. Report after report tells us to expect deeply confronting climate change impacts. And, if, as the Bureau of Statistics projects, Australia's population doubles in the next 60 years, with significant increases in Victoria, business as usual will not be sustainable environmentally or economically.
1888 PressRelease - With nearly all Canadian NationaLease affiliates in attendance, the Summit explores the challenges and opportunities for leasing in Canada.