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18 March 2015: Environment Victoria has described the mining industry’s attempts to side with small farmers as needy recipients of the diesel fuel rebate as...

12 March 2015: However the current planned burning program, which focuses largely on the number of hectares burnt each year, has the strong potential to damage...

19 February 2015: Environment Victoria welcomes the support being given by the Andrews Government to the Newstead community renewable energy project in...

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Wetlands are amazing places. Combining land and water, they are home to an incredible array of plants and animals and are among the most biodiverse...
Cattle grazing in national parks is headline grabbing stuff. Cows were removed from the Alpine National Park by the Bracks government, let back in...
Looking for environmental policy on the websites of the major parties ahead of the Victorian election is like searching for a needle in a haystack....

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