Sustainable Cities

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Sustainable Cities campaigns for a more liveable connected city. We want to see more investment in public transport, no new major roads, and encouraging active travel.

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Latest News

Media Release: Friends of the Earth and Friends of BanyuleFriday 6 December, 2019 Concerned residents gather at Planning Minister Wynne’s office in reaction to North East Link announcement. Dozens of community members set to be impacted by the mega toll road gathered outside the planning Minister’s electoral office in Fitzroy this morning. This was in reaction to yesterday’s announcement by Minister Wynne to approve the North East Link.   Read more

Joint Press Release: Friends of the Earth & Friends of Banyule Thursday 5th December 2019  Environmental organisation Friends of the Earth and community group Friends of Banyule have expressed their extreme disappointment at today’s announcement that the Planning Minister Richard Wynne has approved the North East Link. Read more

On Wednesday 3 December, locals gathered at Paul Hamer MP's office to take a stand against the North East Link. Residents sent a clear message to Mr. Hamer, member for Box Hill, that the community does not support this dangerous project. Locals are particularly concerned about the dangerous levels of air pollution from the $16 billion North East Link project.   Read more

MEDIA RELEASE: Wed 27 Nov 2019 Community calls on Andrews to develop a 50-year sustainable transport plan with Parliament House rally On Wednesday 27 November, community members took to the steps of Parliament House to mark the 50th anniversary of Melbourne’s first (and last) integrated transport plan and demand a plan for the next fifty years. Read more