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Environment and Sustainability

Banyule’s Environmental Sustainability work is guided by the Council Plans, ‘Planet’ objectives, which are to:

  • Protect and enhance our natural environment
  • Conserve water and improve stormwater management
  • Lead in planning for, and responding to, climate change
  • Avoid waste generation
  • Be environmental stewards.

The Wildlife Corridor, Sustainable Homes and Communities, ReThink Centre and Positive Charge programs are examples of the many projects currently being undertaken to achieve these five focus areas. Further details are available in the four year strategic plans, currently under revision. To receive updates on these plans, including future exhibition of the plans for public comment, please register for our E-Newsletter here.

For further details about current projects, other council activities and how you can become involved, navigate using the tabs below.

Get involved

Introduction on how to get involved in Banyule’s environment and sustainability programs, or join an environmental group.

Climate Change Action

Overview of our policies and actions on climate change and reducing emissions.

Positive Charge

Positive Charge is a community service backed by local councils, including Banyule. The program provides advice on energy efficiency and reduction initiatives which you can adopt in your home.

Reporting Pollution

Contact EPA Pollution Watch Line to report pollution

Water

Overview of our water policies including conservation, stormwater quality and education.

Wildlife

Information on native wildlife in Banyule, including birds, reptiles, mammals, frogs and fish.

Trees and Plants

Links to information on vegetation protection, tree removal, and the Significant tree register.

Spring Outdoors

A regional program of environmental events brought to you by Banyule City Council and Manningham City Council.

Policy and Strategy

Information about our policies and strategies relating to environment and sustainability

Greenwrap - Spring Edition

Banyule's environmental newsletter.

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