Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate - Environment
10 May 2021
The ACT Government is encouraging experts in the fields of zero emissions transport/transport planning and public health to apply to join the ACT Climate Change Council (the Council). The Council advises the ACT Government on the ambitious program to make the ACT resilient to the effects of climate change and to reduce our emissions to net zero by 2045.
30 Apr 2021
The ACT Parks and Conservation Service wishes to advise that sections of the Bimberi Wilderness Area and western Namadgi National Park will be closed for two weeks for the safety of visitors during deer and pig control operations.
08 Apr 2021
The ACT Parks and Conservation Service is excited to announce that all areas of Namadgi National Park will reopen to the public from Friday 9 April.
01 Apr 2021
The ACT Government has launched the first fleet of government hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, alongside the opening of Australia’s first publicly available hydrogen refuelling station in Fyshwick. On Friday 26 March, Minister for Water, Energy and Emissions Reduction, Shane Rattenbury, and other guests attended the H2 Station Nexo Launch event to celebrate this step forward in our transition to zero emissions vehicles.
01 Apr 2021
ACT NRM are seeking feedback on how we protect our natural resources over the next 20 years. Read our discussion paper, take the online survey or come along to one of the drop-in sessions and talk to the NRM team directly.
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10 Mar 2021
The ACT’s draft Regional Fire Management Plan is now open for community consultation on YourSay.act.gov.au.
The draft plan outlines the different ways we can manage the fuel load in different fire protection zones to help reduce bushfire impact on life, property, the environment and cultural assets.
18 Dec 2020
The draft strategy for the Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary is now open for public consultation.
The draft strategy will help us to manage and conserve the natural and cultural heritage environment, cement a renewed partnership opportunity for strong community engagement and a strengthening of the Ngunnawal people's connection to country.
To have your say by 4 March 2021 visit the YourSay page.