Beetles on hibiscus branch. Juan Sepulveda/DECCW

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OEH provides teachers' kits, student resources and school programs on a range of environmental issues?

Knowledge centre

The Office of Environment and Heritage has an important role in providing information to support the environmental work of other government and non-government agencies, business, educators and the broader communities.

Maps and data

Maps and data

Browse maps and data, download spatial data and connect to web services.

Statewide environmental reporting

Fishing Sydney Harbour National Park. D Smith/OEH

Reporting the state of the beaches, catchments and parks in NSW

Frequently asked questions

Ask Environment Line

Answers to your questions about environmental issues and reporting pollution.

Research

Fresh water toxicology research. B Peters/OEH

OEH's science, social and economic research

Public registers

Consulting the register. A Weeraratne/OEH

Information required by law to be provided about issues of environmental concern

Publications

Reports from OEH. A Weeraratne/OEH

Recent and archived publications, ordering and purchasing

For business

Wetting coal to prevent coal dust. M Lauder/OEH

Licensing and sustainable business

For state and local government

Aerial view of Sydney Harbour.  BGT/S Cottrell

Toolkits, resources and news for government

For students, teachers and community educators

Bird watching activity, Sherwood. B Webster/OEH

Resource kits, programs and grants for schools

For catchment management authorities

Wetting coal to prevent coal dust. M Lauder/OEH

Advice, information, scientific expertise and technical assistance for CMAs

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Climate Change Fund annual report

The NSW Climate Change Fund was supports households, business and government in saving water, energy and greenhouse gas emissions. See the report

Page last updated: 28 January 2014