The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA) is driving environmental awareness by taking delivery of its first State Government fleet vehicle to feature 100 per cent zero emission technology.
Visitors to Victoria’s south-west will soon have another place to view the dramatic scenery of Shipwreck Coast with tenders sought for a new lookout in the Port Campbell National Park.
The Andrews Labor Government is improving the visitor experience at the famous Princess Margaret Rose Cave, with safety upgrades and better camping and visitor facilities.
Thousands of Victorian households will soon be able to recycle more efficiently and divert tonnes of waste from landfill thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s roll-out of the four-bin waste and recycling system.
Victorians will benefit from new national construction standards that make new homes cheaper to heat and cool, more accessible and comfortable to live in, and more resilient to extreme weather.
A new world-class wildlife hospital at Werribee Open Range Zoo is now fully operational to treat sick and injured wildlife in Victoria’s western region as part of the response to the devastating 2019/20 Black Summer bushfires.
The Andrews Labor Government is taking urgent action to protect the platypus, funding research to better understand the much-loved but mysterious native species.
Geelong’s major services are reducing their emissions and cutting energy costs with a new agreement to run off 100 per cent renewable electricity from a local wind farm.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping to improve waterway health in the Barwon River through an innovative citizen science project tracking litter waste before it travels out to the bay.
A Singaporean startup that has developed world-leading technology to capture leaked hydrogen has moved its global headquarters to Melbourne in a major win for Victorian jobs and manufacturing.
The Andrews Labor Government is ramping up its nation-leading Solar Homes program, driving down emissions and saving Victorians thousands of dollars on their new houses and energy bills.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting the protection of Victoria’s precious ecosystems by investing in grassroot volunteer groups – supporting on-going environmental work and getting new initiatives off the ground.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting Aboriginal Victorians to care for Country, investing in projects that promote self-determination through land management and enhance cultural and environmental values on Country.
The Albanese Labor Government and Andrews Labor Government are cutting waste, creating jobs for Victorians and helping businesses save by using recycled materials.
The Andrews Labor Government is leading the way towards a cleaner future, with a new agreement across Victoria’s water corporations to reduce their emissions to net zero by 2035.
The Andrews Labor Government is upskilling Victoria’s electrical workers, improving community safety and equipping the workforce to be part of the state’s growing renewable and new energy sectors.
Victoria’s biggest infrastructure project – the Suburban Rail Loop East – has been given the green light following Ministerial assessment of its environmental effects.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping more bushfire-prone communities build their resilience through community-based bushfire risk reduction programs.