Street address:

4 Parramatta Square
12 Darcy Street
Parramatta NSW 2150

Postal address:

Department of Climate Change,
Energy, the Environment and Water
Locked Bag 5022
Parramatta NSW 2124

Who we are

The NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) works to protect the state’s environment and heritage. It leads the way on climate change, driving the sustainable transition to a net zero economy, powered by affordable, reliable, and clean energy.

DCCEEW conserves and protects the state’s natural environment. It manages the NSW national park estate, including its rich and diverse biodiversity and Aboriginal cultural heritage for future generations.

DCCEEW also ensures sustainable management of water resources across the state, to support the environment, communities and industry.

We acknowledge the ongoing custodial responsibilities of the Aboriginal peoples of NSW to care for Country and water and are committed to establishing meaningful partnerships with Aboriginal peoples in the management of the environment.

NSW Climate and Energy Action

Visit the NSW Climate and Energy Action website to find out how to make sustainable choices for your household, businesses, or community.

The website also has information on NSW Government policies and actions to:

  • reduce our emissions to net zero by 2050
  • transform our energy sector and accelerate our renewable energy infrastructure 
  • ensure energy affordability and reliability for the people of NSW. 

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Last updated: 7 June 2024

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