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Victoria’s globally important forest ecosystems are collapsing because of logging and climate-fueled bushfires… But a rapid, just transition into ecologically sound alternatives can support thriving regional communities.
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old snow gum forests are now 'exceedingly rare’.

February 26, 2024

Across the mountains of south eastern Australia, climate change is already driving profound change. In many places in the high country of NSW and Victoria, snow gum forests are facing a double sided threat: dieback, caused by a native beetle is killing individual trees,...

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Climate Resilience Inquiry: Make a Submission

February 23, 2024

The Victorian government is running an Inquiry into Climate Resilience, which will look into the preparedness of communities facing climate disasters across the state. This is an opportunity for you to share your experiences, stories, concerns and ideas for climate adaptation. Do you think...

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Fires, storms, blackouts in Victoria: This is climate change

February 16, 2024

We have been hearing lots of things this week: “This is what climate change looks like - intense fire, catastrophic winds, houses and infrastructure collapsing - and we are not ready” “We need to build resilience from the ground up, from home and state...

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