The Andrews Labor Government is encouraging Victorians to get out and enjoy the great outdoors this winter school holidays with nine new and upgraded trails to explore.
Energy users will be better protected as they save money on bills and further reduce their emissions under new legislation being introduced today in our nation-leading energy efficiency program.
For the first time in more than 20 years the critically endangered Leadbeater’s Possum has been born in captivity, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government’s investment in Victoria’s faunal emblems.
Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio today announced $10 million for the Labor Government’s Nature Fund, to match biodiversity projects proposed by private or philanthropic groups.
Melbourne’s outer suburbs are leading Victoria’s household solar boom – slashing their energy bills by hundreds of dollars each year thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s $1.3 billion Solar Homes Program.
A tiny endangered native mouse has a big future thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s ongoing investment into Victoria’s precious biodiversity.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping volunteers and young people across Victoria protect and restore our natural environment.
Hundreds of Victorian electricians will be given the chance to upskill and work on electric vehicle technology as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s plan to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
Victoria’s first fully electric bus depot will be charging 27 buses in Melbourne’s north by early 2024 as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s Zero Emissions Bus Trial.
Five spectacular new lookouts will be built in northern Melbourne’s Plenty Gorge Park as part of a major new trail along the Plenty River.