EAGA continued it’s winning streak at this year’s Premier’s Sustainability Awards, with the Biodiversity Monitoring Melbourne’s East project taking out the converted Government category. The City of Boroondara accepted the high profile award on behalf of all EAGA members and project partners including the University of Melbourne, ARCUE, BirdLife Australia and ClimateWatch.
EAGA secures millions in savings for councils The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has just handed down its final decision for the 2016-20 Electricity Distribution Price Review (EDPR). Our assessment of the final determination documents indicate that the AER have rejected the recommendations put forward in our second submission to the regulatory process. Whilst this is disappointing, the savings generated for
EAGA’s Biodiversity Monitoring in Melbourne’s East received the United Nations Association of Australia (UNAA) World Environment Day Local Government Award, against strong competition from around Australia. The City of Boroondara lead the project and received the award on behalf of EAGA councils and the other partners in the project. Key project outcomes include: Assisting in the development and implementation of on-ground biodiversity