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Choose to Reuse at the University of Melbourne  
26 May 2022
The University of Melbourne's Choose to Reuse Program ensures that all onsite food retailers have the infrastructure they need to provide a reusable-dish service as an alternative to single-use plastics.
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Business Support Fund open for another round
25 May 2022
Funding of $4.34 million will be awarded to projects that help to avoid waste, use materials more efficiently and create new jobs in Victoria.
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A decade of action that will shape Victoria’s climate-resilient economy
19 May 2022
Increasing renewable energy and halving food waste are just 2 of the important Victoria Government targets driving our newly launched strategy, SV2030: A decade of action.
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2022 Good Friday Appeal Charity Home
10 May 2022
Sustainability Victoria recently collaborated with Henley Homes to deliver the 2022 Good Friday Appeal Charity Home, a modern double-story house that is cheaper to run, more comfortable to live in and kinder to the environment.
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By 2030, our homes could help power the nation
02 May 2022
Households across Victoria are becoming their own power plants as a renewable energy boom puts power back in the hands of communities.
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By 2030, single-use will be a dirty word
02 May 2022
As we seek to get the most value from our precious resources, things we use only once and throw away will become a thing of the past.
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By 2030, the fashion industry will be obsessed with sustainable practices
02 May 2022
In the world of fashion, sustainability is the new black. From the spinning of fabrics in factories, to the finished garments on our backs, conscious consumers are demanding action – and the fashion industry is listening.
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By 2030, doughnuts will be good for our health and wellbeing
02 May 2022
Achieving these ‘doughnuts’ – or zeros in carbon emissions and waste – will be critical to our health and wellbeing as the world tackles climate change.
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By 2030, food waste will be sliced in half
02 May 2022
Powered by circular economy innovation and investment, our food and organic waste going to landfill is on track to be sliced in half by 2030.