Sustainable living, events and news in the City of Port Phillip

Council's sustainability policies and strategies We have a vision to develop a healthy and liveable City and bioregion with the smallest possible ecological footprint that is vibrant, viable and nourishes the living aspects we love and depend on. These are the policies, strategies and action plans that we're using to work towards this vision. What your council is doing Event Veg Out St Kilda Farmers' Market 8.30am to 1pm on the first Saturday of each month at Peanut Farm Reserve, St Kilda. What's on Catch the bus to summer fun in Melbourne! New bus routes enable easy travel between the City and Port Melbourne. My Community

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The City of Port Phillip's Toward Zero Strategy The City of Port Phillip's Toward Zero Strategy was developed to define Council's environmental vision. What your council is doing Water Wise use of water is essential if we are to conserve Australia's precious water resources, particularly with ongoing drought conditions and anticipated climate change. My House, What your council is doing Facts about plastic bags Did you know? Worldwide, a trillion single-use plastic bags are used each year, nearly 2 million each minute. My House
Event Gasworks Farmers' Market 3rd Saturday of each month at Gasworks Art Park What's on, My House Are you ready? Weather ready? Do you have an emergency plan? My House, What your council is doing Getting hotter and hotter The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed that 2014 was Australia's third-warmest year since national records began in 1910. My Community Find out more about flooding in Elwood What The City of Port Phillip is doing about flooding? My House, What your council is doing Eco-renting: tips for tenants About 35% of Australians rent (rather than own) their home My Community, My House