Our work has wide-reaching impact. We are committed to considering how our decisions affect our industries, natural resources and the public.
We share information and seek feedback from our clients, stakeholders, regulated entities and the broader community. This helps us develop and manage our policies, programs and regulations, and to provide our services.
Why we consult
We engage with you so we can:
- see where your work intersects with ours
- hear your point of view
- understand how our proposals would affect you
How we consult
We strive to consult in a genuine and timely way.
We talk to affected businesses, community organisations and individuals. This may be in person, by phone or online.
A genuine consultation process ensures we consider:
- the real-world impact of our proposals
- every practical and viable policy alternative
Engage with us
We are a new department established on 1 July 2022.
We are updating our website to reflect our role. While we make these changes, you can find our current and past consultations on:
- Environment and water (Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry)
- Emissions reduction (Department of Industry, Science and Resources)
- Emissions Reduction Fund (Department of Industry, Science and Resources)
- Energy (Department of Industry, Science and Resources)
You can also provide feedback on these topics: