Transport To Tackle our Climate Change Forum

Join us for an online forum to hear from Bendigo locals about transport issues and solutions in the face of climate change and COVID-normal.

Transport is the second-largest and fastest-growing contributor to emissions in Victoria, and Bendigo is already experiencing the consequences of climate change such as bushfires, heatwaves, and droughts.

How can we plan for more active and public transport in our communities to reduce emissions and make our neighborhoods more liveable? .... safer bike paths, wider footpaths, and accessible public transport must be a top priority.

Hear from locals about how climate change is impacting the Bendigo community, as well as initiatives for locally sustainable transport solutions.

And learn about Melbourne-based active transport plans, including the 40kms of separated bike lanes recently commenced in the city.


Nicola Dunnicliff-Wells - President of Bike Bendigo
Chris Corr - Vice President and Infrastructure Coordinator of Bike Bendigo
Dr. Crystal Legacy - Lecturer in Urban Planning at the University of Melbourne.
Trevor Budge AM - Former Manager of Regional Sustainable Development at the City of Greater Bendigo
Oscar Hayes - Senior Strategic Planner at the City of Melbourne
MC: Representative from Bendigo Sustainability Group

RSVP here:

Date: Wednesday25th November 2020

Time: 6pm- 7.30pm

Accessibility: This event will have computer-generated automatic closed captions. Please let us know if there are any other ways we can make this event more accessible for you.

Hosted by Bendigo Sustainability Group, Bike Bendigo, and Friends of the Earth Melbourne.

We acknowledge that this event is taking place across stolen lands of the Wurundjeri, Boon Wurrung, Dja Dja Wurrung, and Taungurung peoples. We pay our respects to their Elders, and recognize that all conversations about the built environment are inherently linked to Indigenous land and culture.

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  • Claudia Gallois