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Now is an exciting time for climate action in Victoria.
The Victorian Government has set interim emissions reduction targets and shaped emissions sector strategies as part of its new Climate Change Strategy.
This means changes for TAKE2.
The TAKE2 program was designed to run until January 2021 and has now concluded. However, opportunities for climate action and to engage with us continue.
Since 2016, TAKE2 members have played a significant role in generating momentum on climate action in Victoria, with more than:
This means that if every TAKE2 member addresses their carbon footprint, Victoria’s emissions will be cut by 20%.
Read Victoria’s Climate Change Strategy
Following the release of Victoria’s Climate Change Strategy, we’re entering a new chapter of climate action. Opportunities for climate action and to engage with us will continue.
We invite you to stay with us in collectively taking action and continuing our momentum on the pathway to zero emissions by 2050.
You can stay engaged in several ways:
A great way to celebrate and remember TAKE2 is by sharing some of our members’ achievements.
The TAKE2 Community Transition Program has supported a range of projects, including a 10-year masterplan for the Hepburn Shire Community to reach 100% renewable electricity supply, zero-net energy and zero-net emissions by 2029.
Learn more about the 10-year masterplan for the Hepburn Shire Community
An initial Power Purchasing Agreement (PPA) was established with Bank Australia, National Australia Bank (NAB), Australia Post, Citywide, Moreland City Council, City of Yarra, City of Port Phillip, City of Melbourne, RMIT University, the University of Melbourne, Zoos Victoria and Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The success of this first PPA led to a second, which includes RMIT University, Deakin University, Cbus Property, ISPT Property, Fulton Hogan, Citywide Asphalt, and Mondelez International.
Read more about Melbourne Renewable Energy Projects 1 and 2