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Previous Environment Reports
NSROC Regional Sustainability Plan – 2009-2014
NSROC member councils have a commitment to improving environmental sustainability of the region and have developed a 5 year which outlines NSROC’s sustainability issues, goals and actions across the following areas:
- Climate Change and Energy Consumption
- Development and Build Environment
- Water and Sewerage
- Sustainable Business
- Biodiversity Conservation and Protection
- Resource Recovery and Waste Avoidance
- Transport and Traffic
For full plan click here NSROC Regional Sustainability Plan 2009-2014 . The Plan is monitored annually through NSROC Regional State of the Environment reporting.
NSROC State of the Environment -Annual Regional Reporting
The NSROC Region has a great environmental diversity. Our area shares national significant harbour access, and national parks and reserves. Each year NSROC produces a Regional State of the Environment Report or SOE Report outlining the key environmental actions and data for the
This report details the environmental challenges facing the communities of Northern Sydney as well as the management responses from local government. Time series data across a range of environmental indicators is being collected and reported enabling a more sophisticated, informed and collaborative approach from the NSROC councils region.
Previous S0E reports
|2008/09||Click here to view report|
|2007/08||Click here to view report|
|2006/07||Click here to view report|
|2005/06||Click here to view report|
|2004/05||Click here to view report|
2005 Potential Environment Impacts of population growth in the Northern Region of Sydney In 2005 NSROC commissioned a report titled “The Environmental Impacts of Population Growth” which identified the state of the environment in the NSROC region; the issues impacting on its sustainability; and the anticipated impacts on the environment if current population growth trends continue as anticipated and as documented in the 2005 Metropolitan Strategy.