What’s New !

#  Peninsula Grammar helps clear polygala off Red Bluff

#  Urgent: Help save important bird habitat at Toondah Harbour

#  Tanti Creek bird survey results

#  Even with tight regulations pesticides are still damaging bee colonies  

#  Give the gift of climate hope this christmas 

# Pestwatch! – Asian shore crab ramble at Mt Martha rock pools 

#  What are gene drives and how can they help eradicate invasive species in Australia?

#  An invitation to the Port Phillip Conservation Council AGM

#  Everybody has a spider story…

#  Community pushback against renewable energy projects 

#  Green growth or degrowth – what is the right way to tackle climate change ? 

#  The government will underwrite risky investments in renewables 

#  If we do it right we can replant trees and shrubs to store carbon – and restore biodiversity

#  Plants can absorb more carbon dioxide than we thought 

#  New climate models are a breakthrough in understanding Australia’s future 

#  Endorse an Open Letter to the the Premier to stop logging

#  Pine Ave Dog Park Friends Group November working bee report

#  MP Landcare Network Newsletter, November 2023

#  This Saturday: A guided tour of the Western Port Woodlands

#  Nature of change in Port Phillip Bay – a community webinar

#  How could Australia actually get to net zero?  Here’s how

#  Fire is consuming more than ever of the worlds forests threatening supplies of wood and paper

#  Are compostable coffee cups actually any better for the environment ? 

# New calculator helps motorists weigh up costs of  driving an electric vehicle 

#  Point of view – climbing the big trees 

#  Green hydrogen an emerging opportunity for regions 

#  The markets decided say climate, energy leaders

#  While the world burns govts continue planning fossil fuel use 

#  Opportunity to give Shire feedback on planning issues

#  Unwrapping plastic use in Australian supermarkets 

#  DEECA November Newsletter for Environmental Volunteers and Landcarers