Clean air for all Victorians

Children and adults

Clean air is vital for Victorians’ health and quality of life. Our air quality has improved significantly over recent decades and remains good by international standards. 

However, there are challenges ahead – a growing population and economy, and a warming and drying climate mean we need to continue our focus on improving air quality. 

The Victorian Government will develop a comprehensive Air Quality Strategy in 2019, providing the foundation for air quality management policies and programs through to 2030.

The Victorian Government Clean Air Summit on 27 August 2018 will bring Victorians together to identify actions to improve air quality over the coming decades. For detailed information, visit Engage Victoria. Recordings of summit presentations will be publicly available from September 2018.

Have your say

In May 2018, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Hon Lily D'Ambrosio MP, released the Clean Air for all Victorians: Victoria's Air Quality Statement.

Victorians provided initial feedback through a public consultation period which closed on June 30 2018.

You can continue to forward your comments about Victoria’s air quality future to To read the Air Quality Statement and for more information, visit Engage Victoria.

Page last updated on 17 Aug 2018