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The full list of the 2017 Premier's Sustainability Awards category winners and finalists.
The Nightingale model is a new housing development system that enables like-minded architects to develop design-led, multi-residential housing that is environmentally, financially and socially sustainable.
The Cape – The Cape Sustainable Housing Precinct, Cape Paterson
Glen Eira City Council – Booran Reserve
The Nature Conservancy Australia's reef restoration project represents a regenerative approach to the natural environment by rebuilding shellfish reefs with leftover oyster shells collected from local seafood restaurants.
Sustainability leader CERES celebrates 35 years of community-based learning and action that creates environmentally beneficial, socially just, economically satisfying, culturally enriching and spiritually nurturing ways of living together.
An awareness campaign run across regional Victoria by Friends of the Earth through more than 100 forums alerts communities to the potential threat of ‘fracking’ and addresses the question of unconventional gas drilling.
A 20-aviary complex for up to 40 breeding birds and 100 offspring opens at Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park. Results from the first season from 12 pairs was 25 offspring, helping to save this endangered species of birds from extinction.
A 2016–2026 plan sets a clear approach for Moreland City Council and maps out vital projects required for Moreland to transition to a cooler, greener and more resilient and liveable city.
Western Health's replicatable program recycles single-use metal instruments (SUMIs) – an obvious waste of precious metals achieves approximately 500kg of recycled steel, representing approximately 80 per cent of all SUMIs purchased.
eWater Systems developed a ‘water-splitting’ technology used in food production as an alternative to packaged chemicals that kills bacteria without affecting food taste – for companies committed to sustainable, organic processing and food waste reduction.
The new Bendigo Hospital integrates sustainable thinking into all elements of its design, construction and systems to create a healing and therapeutic environment for all users.
Kingsfield Galvanizing developed a large, sustainable and highly automated galvanizing plant that produces significantly low emissions through a fully enclosed facility that re-uses waste, reclaims furnace heat and recycles water.