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How to make a difference in the face of Victoria's bushfire disaster!

For many of us in locations that have not been directly affected by bushfire, it can be hard not to feel helpless and wishing we could do more to help.

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Awards to celebrate sustainable schools

Entries opened this week for our ResourceSmart Schools Awards program, which recognises Victorian schools’ leadership on sustainability.

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Gippsland cheese-makers harness solar to solve power problems

The Brandon family has halved its power bill after auditing and upgrading their farm’s energy infrastructure.

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Conference calls for recycled materials in big infrastructure

The inaugural Buy Recycled Conference and Expo has paved the way for government to source recycled content for Victoria’s ‘big build’.

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$1.25 million to improve the recycling of organics and glass

Five Victorian councils will share in $1.25 million to improve the collection, separation and recovery of organic waste and glass from kerbside recycling.

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Iconic brands buy renewable energy

An iconic chocolate maker, an infrastructure giant and blue ribbon universities are among Melbourne’s big brands joining forces for a landmark purchase of renewable energy.

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Sustainability Victoria welcomes new Chief Executive Officer

Following a comprehensive search, Claire Ferres Miles has been appointed as CEO of Sustainability Victoria.

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e-waste social enterprise wins Premier’s Sustainability Award

The Premier’s Recognition Award was won by Enable Social Enterprises for their work employing disadvantaged people in a successful e-waste business.

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People are not separate from the climate – National Geographic photographer Jason Edwards

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$1.6 million invested in Victorian projects to develop products sourced from recycled glass, plastic, paper and e-waste

Nine new Victorian projects will receive a combined total of $1.6 million in funding to invest in development and research trials that make use of recycled glass, plastic, paper and e-waste.

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