Sustainability Victoria worked with CSIRO on a social research project to understand community perceptions and expectations of the waste and resource recovery sector. The research identified several factors that are important to building community trust and acceptance of the sector, otherwise known as a ‘social licence to operate’.
Sustainability Victoria conducts trials to test the effectiveness of measures that can be taken by householders to modify – or retrofit – existing appliances or circumstances to improve their energy effiency.
While Victoria’s health services and health workers are already seeing the impacts of climate change in the community, qualitative research conducted by Sustainability Victoria indicates very low public awareness about the link between health and climate change.
Sustainability Victoria, with other states and territories, is investigating suitable management options for PV products across their lifecycle.
The Keep Australia Beautiful National Litter Index is a national measure of the presence of litter across the country.
The Climate Change Social Research was conducted on behalf of Sustainability Victoria by Wallis Research, a Victorian-based research company with a strong reputation for expertise in conducting social and government research.
Detailed data on the waste stream at commercial and industrial businesses in Victoria.
Sustainability Victoria commissionned Savills to complete a research project to better understand how the mid-tier market performs in relation to financial investment and environmental performance. The research was funded by the Commonwealth Government.
The Victorian Local Government Annual Waste Services Report outlines the tonnages, costs, trends and diversion rates for councils' waste and recycling services.
This report provides the key supporting evidence and analysis to validate the benefits described in Sustainability Victoria’s Optimising Kerbside Collection System – A Framework for Greater Consistency in Kerbside Recycling in Victoria.