Topic: "Climate Change"
A state-of-the-art predator proof exclusion fence on Wilsons Promontory that will span 10 kilometres from coast-to-coast and protect precious native wildlife is a step closer today.
The streets of St Albans, Kings Park and Brimbank, and Altona’s Skeleton Creek Trail are looking greener with freshly planted trees providing shade for local communities.
The proposed Sea to Summit experience in East Gippsland is a step closer, with research into the multi-day walking trail showing strong support from stakeholders and the local community.
The Andrews Labor Government is drought proofing the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne − with high-quality recycled water now being used to irrigate the award-winning Australian Garden and plant nursery.
The Andrews Labor Government is improving gas heater safety in Victoria by setting a minimum servicing standard for Type A gas appliances such as stoves and cookers, heaters and hot water services.
Community organisations across the state can cut energy costs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce waste thanks to two Andrews Labor Government programs.
Victoria’s iconic marine and coastal environment will be further protected thanks to more than $1.5 million in new grant funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
Aboriginal Victorians are among those donning the greens in new jobs to prepare the state for this fire season as part of an Andrews Labor Government employment program.
The Andrews Labor Government is flicking the switch on a major new wind farm and battery project in the state’s west, the Bulgana Green Power Hub.