NSW State of the Environment 2018 (SoE 2018), prepared by the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA), provides a snapshot in time of the status of the main environmental issues facing NSW. The SoE is produced every 3 years and compiles information and data from across all NSW government agencies with responsibility for managing the state's environmental assets.

The 2018 report was completed in December 2018 and has been tabled in Parliament. Read a copy of the tabled 2018 report (PDF 4MB).

The natural environment is essential to our daily lives in many ways – the air we breathe, the water we drink and the soil that sustains our land and agriculture.
The NSW State of the Environment 2018 (SoE 2018), prepared by the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA), reports on the status of the main environmental issu
Acknowledgement of First People In compiling this report the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) acknowledges that Aboriginal spiritual and cultural values exist in the land, water