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The Premier’s Sustainability Awards categories were revamped for 2021 to reflect the current focus of sustainability activity in Victoria and align with global best practice. There are 6 categories, with 2 award types per category.
These are the 2021 Premier's Sustainability Awards category winners and finalists.
Black Stump Technologies provide a complete and demonstrated solution for a large scale clean energy challenge.
Allume didn’t think it was fair for apartment residents to be locked out of the renewable energy transition and, as a result, created the SolShare.
In 2020, Brentwood Secondary Collage launched their 'Towards Zero Bremissions' initiative aimed at reducing their greenhouse gas emissions from 540 tonnes to zero.
First Friends of Dandenong Creek's short film sought to create awareness around how pollution of the Dandenong Creek eliminated a large portion of the short-finned eel.
The Bringing Back Victoria's Lost Oyster Reefs project was designed to improve one of Victoria's most prized assets - Port Phillip Bay.
Yarra Valley ECOSS are creating a vibrant community hub that demonstrates sustainable living.
Wara Paring Indigenous Civil Construction Project exists to co-create a 100% Indigenous-owned civil construction business, with the capacity to deliver services to the water sector.
Cardinia Shire Council turned 48 hectares of former farmland at the Deep Creek Reserve, into a community park in 2003.
The Uniform Recycling Program exists to recycle old Ambulance Victoria uniforms. Restorative and regenerative by design, the program delivers these to people and organisations in need.
OzHarvest is a not-for-profit, for-impact organisation, rescuing surplus food that would otherwise go to waste.
The Bringing Back Victoria's Lost Oyster Reefs project was designed to improve one of Victoria's most prized assets – Port Phillip Bay.
The Healthy Landscapes for Healthy Livestock project was initiated in response to poor land management outcomes observed across the Macedon Ranges.