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More Funding For Coastal Environment Volunteers

The Andrews Labor Government will provide $250,000 worth of grants to help volunteer groups working to protect and preserve Victoria’s coastline. Minister for Environment Lily D’Ambrosio announced the successful Coastcare Community Grant recipients at the Victorian Coastal Awards last night. Grants of up to $10,000 for one-year and $15,000 for two-year projects will be made available to 26 community projects. Projects supported in this year’s round of funding include: Friends of the Prom – sea spurge removal and restoring hooded plover habitat at Squeaky Beach Moogji Aboriginal Council East Gippsland Incorporated – Moogji Coastal Works Project 2018-2019 Warrnambool Coastcare Landcare Network – Thunder Point Coastal Reserve Community Conservation Project Mt Eliza Association for Environmental Care – weed control and re-vegetation at Rangelagh Beach Foreshore Reserve. The awards showcase the dedication of coastal communities in managing and protecting the state’s coastal areas, and honour achievements in improving the physical environment, research and monitoring and community education. For a full list of successful recipients, visit delwp.vic.gov.au/coastcare. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “Victoria’s volunteers and community groups are at the frontline in protecting our coastal environments – that’s why we’re backing them with these grants.” “Victoria’s Coastal Awards celebrate some of those outstanding efforts and I congratulate all of the recipients on what they have achieved.” Quotes attributable to Dr Anthony Boxshall, Chair of the Victorian Coastal Council “The community is a key part of protecting our coasts. The awards recognise and celebrate the great contributions of volunteers and coastal communities to the health and wellbeing of our coastal and marine environments.” “It is important to raise awareness and understanding about the pressures on our coastal and marine environments, and the ways that communities can take action to protect these areas.”

More Funding For Coastal Environment Volunteers

The Andrews Labor Government will provide $250,000 worth of grants to help volunteer groups working to protect and preserve Victoria’s coastline. Minister for Environment Lily D’Ambrosio announced the successful Coastcare Community Grant recipients at the Victorian Coastal Awards last night. Grants of up to $10,000 for one-year and $15,000 for two-year projects will be made available to 26 community projects. Projects supported in this year’s round of funding include: Friends of the Prom – sea spurge removal and restoring hooded plover habitat at Squeaky Beach Moogji Aboriginal Council East Gippsland Incorporated – Moogji Coastal Works Project 2018-2019 Warrnambool Coastcare Landcare Network – Thunder Point Coastal Reserve Community Conservation Project Mt Eliza Association for Environmental Care – weed control and re-vegetation at Rangelagh Beach Foreshore Reserve. The awards showcase the dedication of coastal communities in managing and protecting the state’s coastal areas, and honour achievements in improving the physical environment, research and monitoring and community education. For a full list of successful recipients, visit delwp.vic.gov.au/coastcare. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “Victoria’s volunteers and community groups are at the frontline in protecting our coastal environments – that’s why we’re backing them with these grants.” “Victoria’s Coastal Awards celebrate some of those outstanding efforts and I congratulate all of the recipients on what they have achieved.” Quotes attributable to Dr Anthony Boxshall, Chair of the Victorian Coastal Council “The community is a key part of protecting our coasts. The awards recognise and celebrate the great contributions of volunteers and coastal communities to the health and wellbeing of our coastal and marine environments.” “It is important to raise awareness and understanding about the pressures on our coastal and marine environments, and the ways that communities can take action to protect these areas.”

Construction Begins On Bulgana Green Power Hub

Work has begun on the Bulgana Green Power Hub in Stawell, a major new wind farm with battery storage in Western Victoria. Minister for Energy Lily D’Ambrosio today turned the first sod on the project – which will create an estimated 1,300 jobs, including 270 direct ongoing jobs in the agricultural sector and 10 direct ongoing jobs in the renewable energy industry. A 15-year Support Agreement between the Labor Government and Neoen Australia will deliver the Bulgana Green Power Hub, an integrated energy project of a scale and technology that has never been seen before. The Green Power Hub will comprise a 194 MW wind farm with Siemens-Gamesa wind turbines, combined with a 20 MW/34 MWh lithium-ion battery provided by Tesla. AusNet Services, the owners and operators of the Victorian electricity transmission network, will develop the transmission connection for the project. The wind farm is due to be completed by late 2019 and it is expected it could generate over 740,000 MWh of emission-free, clean, renewable energy every year. The project will help secure the Labor Government’s greenhouse gas emissions reductions targets of 15 to 20 per cent by 2020. The development of the wind farm will provide an immediate boost to the Stawell economy with construction benefiting local businesses. The wind farm and battery storage system will provide reliable, affordable, renewable energy to unlock the development of a major new advanced agriculture facility in Stawell. The hub will be backed up by the 20MW battery to make the farms expansion a reality by providing the secure and affordable energy that Nectar Farms needs for its hydroponic greenhouses. This project will make the advanced agriculture facility the world’s first ever crop farm to be completely powered by renewable energy. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “This is an exciting next step in delivering affordable, sustainable and clean energy – creating jobs right across Victoria.” “We’re reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and the Bulgana Green Power Hub is helping us meet our ambitious renewable energy targets.” Quote attributable to Member for Western Victoria Jaala Pulford “Renewable energy projects like this one are delivering new jobs across Western Victoria in our agricultural sector, and importantly helping create a more sustainable future for regional communities.”

Construction Begins On Bulgana Green Power Hub

Work has begun on the Bulgana Green Power Hub in Stawell, a major new wind farm with battery storage in Western Victoria. Minister for Energy Lily D’Ambrosio today turned the first sod on the project – which will create an estimated 1,300 jobs, including 270 direct ongoing jobs in the agricultural sector and 10 direct ongoing jobs in the renewable energy industry. A 15-year Support Agreement between the Labor Government and Neoen Australia will deliver the Bulgana Green Power Hub, an integrated energy project of a scale and technology that has never been seen before. The Green Power Hub will comprise a 194 MW wind farm with Siemens-Gamesa wind turbines, combined with a 20 MW/34 MWh lithium-ion battery provided by Tesla. AusNet Services, the owners and operators of the Victorian electricity transmission network, will develop the transmission connection for the project. The wind farm is due to be completed by late 2019 and it is expected it could generate over 740,000 MWh of emission-free, clean, renewable energy every year. The project will help secure the Labor Government’s greenhouse gas emissions reductions targets of 15 to 20 per cent by 2020. The development of the wind farm will provide an immediate boost to the Stawell economy with construction benefiting local businesses. The wind farm and battery storage system will provide reliable, affordable, renewable energy to unlock the development of a major new advanced agriculture facility in Stawell. The hub will be backed up by the 20MW battery to make the farms expansion a reality by providing the secure and affordable energy that Nectar Farms needs for its hydroponic greenhouses. This project will make the advanced agriculture facility the world’s first ever crop farm to be completely powered by renewable energy. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “This is an exciting next step in delivering affordable, sustainable and clean energy – creating jobs right across Victoria.” “We’re reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and the Bulgana Green Power Hub is helping us meet our ambitious renewable energy targets.” Quote attributable to Member for Western Victoria Jaala Pulford “Renewable energy projects like this one are delivering new jobs across Western Victoria in our agricultural sector, and importantly helping create a more sustainable future for regional communities.”

Boost For Landcare Grants Across Victoria

The Andrews Labor Government is helping environmental groups protect and restore Victoria’s land and environment. Minister for Energy, Environment & Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio today announced that environmental volunteer groups can now access grants up to $20,000 as part of the 2018/19 Victorian Landcare Grants. The grants are available to Landcare, Friends of Coastcare and other environment volunteer groups to support the important work they do in protecting and restoring our land and environment. This funding will be delivered through Victoria’s 10 catchment management authorities, who will coordinate applications from Landcare and other environmental volunteer groups and networks. The Labor Government also supports Landcare with funding for 78 facilitators, 10 regional coordinators and communications including the Victorian Landcare magazine, Victorian Landcare awards and Landcare Gateway website. The Victorian Landcare Grants support the implementation of Protecting Victoria’s Environment – Biodiversity 2037, the Labor Government’s long-term plan to protect our environment. For more information on the grants go to environment.vic.gov.au/grants. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “These grants are another small but important way that we’re supporting the community and volunteer groups give back to the environment.” “Since it started more than 30 years ago, Landcare has made a vital contribution to Victoria’s environment and we’re helping them continue to deliver this important work.”

Boost For Landcare Grants Across Victoria

The Andrews Labor Government is helping environmental groups protect and restore Victoria’s land and environment. Minister for Energy, Environment & Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio today announced that environmental volunteer groups can now access grants up to $20,000 as part of the 2018/19 Victorian Landcare Grants. The grants are available to Landcare, Friends of Coastcare and other environment volunteer groups to support the important work they do in protecting and restoring our land and environment. This funding will be delivered through Victoria’s 10 catchment management authorities, who will coordinate applications from Landcare and other environmental volunteer groups and networks. The Labor Government also supports Landcare with funding for 78 facilitators, 10 regional coordinators and communications including the Victorian Landcare magazine, Victorian Landcare awards and Landcare Gateway website. The Victorian Landcare Grants support the implementation of Protecting Victoria’s Environment – Biodiversity 2037, the Labor Government’s long-term plan to protect our environment. For more information on the grants go to environment.vic.gov.au/grants. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “These grants are another small but important way that we’re supporting the community and volunteer groups give back to the environment.” “Since it started more than 30 years ago, Landcare has made a vital contribution to Victoria’s environment and we’re helping them continue to deliver this important work.”

 

Protecting our environment for our future

Victorian families will be able to enjoy our state’s environment for generations to come, with new investments to address climate change and protect our natural habitat. The Victorian Budget 2018/19 provides $70.6 million for Parks Victoria, to improve the management of our state’s extensive public parks network, and the services provided to visitors. The funding will also secure an extra 130 park ranger positions in regional Victoria. The transformation of the former Olinda golf course into the new Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden will receive $2.1 million in further funding to build picnic areas and a sports oval, as well as create open space. The Andrews Labor Government will provide $3 million to protect the Helmeted Honeyeater and Leadbeater’s Possum populations and their natural habitat, with habitat restoration at key sites in the Yellingbo area, including the conservation reserve. Captive breeding programs will also be introduced for Helmeted Honeyeaters, protecting the future of Victoria’s bird emblem. $1 million will go towards our fight against climate change, ensuring critical emissions reduction targets are met across government sectors including electricity, land, industry, agriculture and transport. The Labor Government will also provide $4.8 million to identify and protect locations in Victoria’s South West that are vulnerable to climate change, addressing a key priority identified by the Barwon Regional Assembly. The Budget also provides $8.3 million to help protect and manage our beaches, by continuing the Port Phillip Bay Beaches Renourishment Program and developing a Port Phillip Bay Improvement Plan to improve water quality and marine biodiversity. The Budget also includes $1.2 million for an air quality strategy, which will provide a comprehensive plan to improve air quality across our state. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “Thousands of tourists visit our state every year to experience our unique environment. With this investment, not only are we preserving Victoria’s natural habitat, we’re backing Victorian jobs.” “We will keep protecting our beaches from erosion and the impact of climate change, and delivering on our ambitious renewable energy targets.”

Protecting our environment for our future

Victorian families will be able to enjoy our state’s environment for generations to come, with new investments to address climate change and protect our natural habitat. The Victorian Budget 2018/19 provides $70.6 million for Parks Victoria, to improve the management of our state’s extensive public parks network, and the services provided to visitors. The funding will also secure an extra 130 park ranger positions in regional Victoria. The transformation of the former Olinda golf course into the new Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden will receive $2.1 million in further funding to build picnic areas and a sports oval, as well as create open space. The Andrews Labor Government will provide $3 million to protect the Helmeted Honeyeater and Leadbeater’s Possum populations and their natural habitat, with habitat restoration at key sites in the Yellingbo area, including the conservation reserve. Captive breeding programs will also be introduced for Helmeted Honeyeaters, protecting the future of Victoria’s bird emblem. $1 million will go towards our fight against climate change, ensuring critical emissions reduction targets are met across government sectors including electricity, land, industry, agriculture and transport. The Labor Government will also provide $4.8 million to identify and protect locations in Victoria’s South West that are vulnerable to climate change, addressing a key priority identified by the Barwon Regional Assembly. The Budget also provides $8.3 million to help protect and manage our beaches, by continuing the Port Phillip Bay Beaches Renourishment Program and developing a Port Phillip Bay Improvement Plan to improve water quality and marine biodiversity. The Budget also includes $1.2 million for an air quality strategy, which will provide a comprehensive plan to improve air quality across our state. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “Thousands of tourists visit our state every year to experience our unique environment. With this investment, not only are we preserving Victoria’s natural habitat, we’re backing Victorian jobs.” “We will keep protecting our beaches from erosion and the impact of climate change, and delivering on our ambitious renewable energy targets.”

Action Plan To Conserve Victoria’s Wildlife

The Andrews Labor Government is managing the impacts of wildlife on Victorians and protecting and conserving our unique biodiversity. The Living with Wildlife Action Plan aims to safeguard the conservation and protection of wildlife populations and wildlife welfare, and ensure the management of wildlife impacts is effective, sustainable and backed by science. Victoria’s native wildlife are a unique and valued part of our environment. It is critical they are managed in a way that ensures sustainable populations while protecting human health and safety, biodiversity, property and livelihoods. The plan addresses community concerns relating to wildlife management issues, including wildlife becoming displaced or land-locked due to development and impacts of overabundant wildlife on biodiversity. Victorians play an important role in conserving and caring for our wildlife, whether it be living alongside wildlife that live on or visit their property, or when they encounter wildlife in need of help. The plan includes reviewing the Authority to Control Wildlife System (ATCW) to ensure control methods are working effectively for land owners and the environment. Consultation on the ATCW review will start shortly. For more information about the plan go to wildlife.vic.gov.au. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “This is about better managing our wildlife to ensure their safety and wellbeing, as well as protecting Victoria’s unique biodiversity.” “Native wildlife are a unique and precious – and it’s important that Victorians get involved in conserving and caring for our wildlife.”

Action Plan To Conserve Victoria’s Wildlife

The Andrews Labor Government is managing the impacts of wildlife on Victorians and protecting and conserving our unique biodiversity. The Living with Wildlife Action Plan aims to safeguard the conservation and protection of wildlife populations and wildlife welfare, and ensure the management of wildlife impacts is effective, sustainable and backed by science. Victoria’s native wildlife are a unique and valued part of our environment. It is critical they are managed in a way that ensures sustainable populations while protecting human health and safety, biodiversity, property and livelihoods. The plan addresses community concerns relating to wildlife management issues, including wildlife becoming displaced or land-locked due to development and impacts of overabundant wildlife on biodiversity. Victorians play an important role in conserving and caring for our wildlife, whether it be living alongside wildlife that live on or visit their property, or when they encounter wildlife in need of help. The plan includes reviewing the Authority to Control Wildlife System (ATCW) to ensure control methods are working effectively for land owners and the environment. Consultation on the ATCW review will start shortly. For more information about the plan go to wildlife.vic.gov.au. Quotes attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio “This is about better managing our wildlife to ensure their safety and wellbeing, as well as protecting Victoria’s unique biodiversity.” “Native wildlife are a unique and precious – and it’s important that Victorians get involved in conserving and caring for our wildlife.”

Building A Better Epping Road

Drivers in the growing northern suburbs will get a faster, less congested commute with major upgrades to Epping Road in Epping. The works will be part of the Andrews Labor Government’s Suburban Roads Upgrade – the biggest investment in suburban roads in Victoria’s history – to fix 22 key suburban arterials and create more than 4,200 jobs. The Epping Road upgrade includes duplicating the road between Craigieburn Road East and Memorial Avenue to two lanes in each direction, slashing congestion and improving travel times for more than 27,000 drivers. New safety barriers will be installed along Epping Road and traffic lights will be installed at intersections including Craigieburn Road East and Harvest Home Road. The work will improve access for people in Epping and Wollert, directing traffic off local roads and giving local streets back to the local community. The Epping Road upgrade also includes a new shared path for cyclists and pedestrians. The Victorian Budget 2018/19 will include $2.2 billion to upgrade 13 key arterial routes across the northern and south-eastern suburbs, on top of the $1.8 billion Western Roads Upgrade announced in last year’s budget. The Suburban Roads Upgrade will fix more than 50 kilometres of roads across Melbourne. As part of the Suburban Roads Upgrade package, several other key routes through Melbourne’s northern suburbs will be upgraded, including Sunbury Road, Craigieburn Road, Fitzsimons Lane and Epping Road. Quotes attributable to Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan “This is the single biggest investment in suburban roads in Victoria’s history – it will fix local roads and get people home sooner.” “With work already underway on the Western Roads Upgrade, this unprecedented investment will now mean the benefits of this project are felt across our city from Werribee to Pakenham, from Doreen to Dingley.” Quote attributable to Member for Mill Park Lily D’Ambrosio “Locals in Epping and Wollert who use this every day know this upgrade is long overdue and that we’re investing in our community and the roads we rely on each day.’’ Quote attributable to Member for Thomastown Bronwyn Halfpenny “The announcement to duplicate Epping and Childs roads is fantastic news. Residents will be so happy to hear that more of their traffic concerns are being addressed. This is another Labor project to make travelling around the area and to and from work easier.”

Building A Better Epping Road

Drivers in the growing northern suburbs will get a faster, less congested commute with major upgrades to Epping Road in Epping. The works will be part of the Andrews Labor Government’s Suburban Roads Upgrade – the biggest investment in suburban roads in Victoria’s history – to fix 22 key suburban arterials and create more than 4,200 jobs. The Epping Road upgrade includes duplicating the road between Craigieburn Road East and Memorial Avenue to two lanes in each direction, slashing congestion and improving travel times for more than 27,000 drivers. New safety barriers will be installed along Epping Road and traffic lights will be installed at intersections including Craigieburn Road East and Harvest Home Road. The work will improve access for people in Epping and Wollert, directing traffic off local roads and giving local streets back to the local community. The Epping Road upgrade also includes a new shared path for cyclists and pedestrians. The Victorian Budget 2018/19 will include $2.2 billion to upgrade 13 key arterial routes across the northern and south-eastern suburbs, on top of the $1.8 billion Western Roads Upgrade announced in last year’s budget. The Suburban Roads Upgrade will fix more than 50 kilometres of roads across Melbourne. As part of the Suburban Roads Upgrade package, several other key routes through Melbourne’s northern suburbs will be upgraded, including Sunbury Road, Craigieburn Road, Fitzsimons Lane and Epping Road. Quotes attributable to Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan “This is the single biggest investment in suburban roads in Victoria’s history – it will fix local roads and get people home sooner.” “With work already underway on the Western Roads Upgrade, this unprecedented investment will now mean the benefits of this project are felt across our city from Werribee to Pakenham, from Doreen to Dingley.” Quote attributable to Member for Mill Park Lily D’Ambrosio “Locals in Epping and Wollert who use this every day know this upgrade is long overdue and that we’re investing in our community and the roads we rely on each day.’’ Quote attributable to Member for Thomastown Bronwyn Halfpenny “The announcement to duplicate Epping and Childs roads is fantastic news. Residents will be so happy to hear that more of their traffic concerns are being addressed. This is another Labor project to make travelling around the area and to and from work easier.”

Building A Better Childs Road

Drivers in the growing northern suburbs will get a faster, less congested commute with major upgrades to Childs Road in Mill Park. The works will be part of the Andrews Labor Government’s Suburban Roads Upgrade – the biggest investment in suburban roads in Victoria’s history – to fix 22 key suburban arterials and create more than 4,200 jobs. Childs Road will be duplicated from two to four lanes between Beaumont Crescent and Prince of Wales Avenue, slashing congestion for more than 25,000 vehicles which rely on this key arterial each day. The upgrade will improve traffic flow between Plenty Road and Dalton Road, and see Childs Road become the first duplicated east-west road in the significant growth area north of the M80 Ring Road. The project also includes a new bridge over Darebin Creek and traffic lights to replace the existing roundabout at the Bowman Drive intersection. The upgrade will provide a much-needed alternative for east-west travel and will direct traffic away from South Morang and Epping town centres, easing congestion and giving local roads back to local drivers. A walking and cycling path along Childs Road will also improve connections for local cyclists and pedestrians. The Victorian Budget 2018/19 will include $2.2 billion to upgrade 13 key arterial routes across the northern and south-eastern suburbs, on top of the $1.8 billion Western Roads Upgrade announced in last year’s budget. As part of the Suburban Roads Upgrade package, several other key routes through Melbourne’s northern and south-eastern suburbs will be upgraded, including Bridge Inn Road, Yan Yean Road and Epping Road. The Suburban Roads Upgrade will fix more than 50 kilometres of roads across Melbourne. Quote attributable to Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan “This is the single biggest investment in suburban roads in Victoria’s history – it will fix local roads and get people home sooner.” Quote attributable to Member for Mill Park Lily D’Ambrosio “Childs Road is a vital connection for the northern suburbs – widening it will slash congestion and reduce travel times for more than 25,000 drivers who rely on it every day.” Quote attributable to Member for Thomastown Bronwyn Halfpenny “The announcement to duplicate Epping and Childs roads is fantastic news. Residents will be so happy to hear that more of their traffic concerns are being addressed. This is another Labor project to make travelling around the area and to and from work easier.”

Building A Better Childs Road

Drivers in the growing northern suburbs will get a faster, less congested commute with major upgrades to Childs Road in Mill Park. The works will be part of the Andrews Labor Government’s Suburban Roads Upgrade – the biggest investment in suburban roads in Victoria’s history – to fix 22 key suburban arterials and create more than 4,200 jobs. Childs Road will be duplicated from two to four lanes between Beaumont Crescent and Prince of Wales Avenue, slashing congestion for more than 25,000 vehicles which rely on this key arterial each day. The upgrade will improve traffic flow between Plenty Road and Dalton Road, and see Childs Road become the first duplicated east-west road in the significant growth area north of the M80 Ring Road. The project also includes a new bridge over Darebin Creek and traffic lights to replace the existing roundabout at the Bowman Drive intersection. The upgrade will provide a much-needed alternative for east-west travel and will direct traffic away from South Morang and Epping town centres, easing congestion and giving local roads back to local drivers. A walking and cycling path along Childs Road will also improve connections for local cyclists and pedestrians. The Victorian Budget 2018/19 will include $2.2 billion to upgrade 13 key arterial routes across the northern and south-eastern suburbs, on top of the $1.8 billion Western Roads Upgrade announced in last year’s budget. As part of the Suburban Roads Upgrade package, several other key routes through Melbourne’s northern and south-eastern suburbs will be upgraded, including Bridge Inn Road, Yan Yean Road and Epping Road. The Suburban Roads Upgrade will fix more than 50 kilometres of roads across Melbourne. Quote attributable to Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan “This is the single biggest investment in suburban roads in Victoria’s history – it will fix local roads and get people home sooner.” Quote attributable to Member for Mill Park Lily D’Ambrosio “Childs Road is a vital connection for the northern suburbs – widening it will slash congestion and reduce travel times for more than 25,000 drivers who rely on it every day.” Quote attributable to Member for Thomastown Bronwyn Halfpenny “The announcement to duplicate Epping and Childs roads is fantastic news. Residents will be so happy to hear that more of their traffic concerns are being addressed. This is another Labor project to make travelling around the area and to and from work easier.”