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With the federal government failing the country on the climate crisis, it's critical that states like Victoria show greater leadership.
Right now, a Parliamentary Inquiry is getting underway into transitioning Victoria to all the way to 100% Renewable Energy.
It's a real opportunity to push for greater ambition, create thousands of good regional jobs, deliver billions of dollars of investment and put power in the hands of communities, not fossil fuel companies.
Public submissions to the Parliamentary Inquiry close this Friday 26th November -- join us and make a submission now!
If you'd like to make your own detailed submission to the inquiry, you can find more details here on the website.
Offshore wind is helping governments deliver deep emissions cuts, create thousands of jobs, and drive the a clean recovery in the United Kingdom and European Union.
But will Australia seize the offshore wind opportunity?... What will it take to establish the job-rich industry here in our country?
Join Friends of the Earth, The Climate Council and special guest speakers on Thursday 23 September for an online event.
MEDIA RELEASE: Draft environment guidelines for Star of the South welcome, national offshore wind regulations now urgent
Environment group Friends of the Earth welcomes the release of draft guidelines for environmental assessments of the landmark Star of the South project, and say the case for a national regulatory framework for offshore wind is now urgent.
The draft scoping guidelines set out what the Star of the South is required to study, assess and report on as part of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) at the federal level and an Environment Effects Statement (EES) at the state level.
As Australia’s first offshore wind farm, it’s essential that planning for the Star of the South is robust and transparent, with strong protections for sensitive ecosystems built in from the start.Read more