Office of the Chief Environmental Biosecurity Officer

The Office of the Chief Environmental Biosecurity Officer (EBO) provide policy leadership on national environmental biosecurity issues to ensure Australia’s environment, economy, health, culture, social amenity and national security interests are safeguarded from the impacts of exotic and established pests, diseases and weeds. The EBO collaborate, partner and provide leadership across all levels of government including states and territories, along with industry, non-government organisations, individuals and the community to strengthen environmental and biosecurity outcomes and raise awareness of environmental biosecurity issues. The EBO relationships across the department are not limited to biosecurity-related areas, they also involve biodiversity, wildlife health and trade, One Health and other similar matters.

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