Anglesea Future Visions8

This vision is about converting parts of the Anglesea golf course to a market garden.

You can comment at the bottom of the page.

We want your opinion.

  1. Follow this link to read the full story:

    http://anglesea2037.com/visualisations/anglesea-golf-course-market-garden/

  2. Tell us what you think – Comment at the bottom of the page

Further prompts:

  • Do you think growing food on or around a golf course is feasible? Why or why not?

  • What other ideas or strategies could increase the food security of Anglesea?

  • What would you like to see/do at the Anglesea Harvest Festival?

  • Do you think this idea could be implemented by 2024? Why or why not?


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This vision is about having an alternative inland route to and from Anglesea providing good public transport and prioritising emergency services.

We want your opinion. You can comment at the bottom of the page.

  • Do you think the IRT System would reduce summer traffic jams on the Great Ocean Road?

  • If the IRT System existed would you drive less?

  • Would the IRT System change the Great Ocean Road as a tourist attraction?

  • Would the IRT System make the GOR a more or less attractive place to live and work?

  • Do you think this idea could be implemented by 2028? Why or why not?

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This vision is about an eco-training centre in Anglesea that offers environmental courses, vocational training and acts as an oasis during extreme weather events such as heatwaves.

You can comment at the bottom of the page.

We want your opinion.

  1. Follow this link to read the full story:

    http://anglesea2037.com/visualisations/eco-training-centre-for-anglesea/

  2. Tell us what you think – Comment at the bottom of the page

Help us get 15 responses by the 28th December.

Further prompts:

  • What groups in Anglesea could help initiate something like this? What role could they play?

  • If you were organising the Eco-Training Centre in Anglesea what courses would you offer?

  • If you were planning/designing the Anglesea Oasis, where would you build it? What services would you provide?

philippaleantoo:

Interesting in context of the visions we have been discussing. Where would be the best location for turbines in Anglesea?

Originally posted on Yes 2 Renewables:

Published by the Geelong Advertiser

Breamlea Wind TurbineGeelong and the Bellarine Peninsula have played a pioneering role when it comes to wind energy in Australia.

25-years ago this month, the blades of Victoria’s first wind turbine started spinning in Breamlea—transforming the steady sea winds into clean electricity for Victorians.

The State Electricity Commission built the Breamlea turbine in 1987 to demonstrate the viability of wind energy in Victoria. We now know the SEC was onto something.

Today there are nine operating wind farms in Victoria. These farms tap the state’s vast wind energy resource to power tens of thousands of homes and businesses without the adverse health and environmental impacts caused by fossil fuels.

Unfortunately the blossoming wind energy sector came to an abrupt halt last year when the Baillieu government introduced heavy-handed planning laws that unfairly targeted wind farms.

The VC-82 amendment to the Victorian planning scheme, effectively bans wind…

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The definition of resilience (also known as adaptive capacity)

The capacity of a system, community or society potentially exposed to hazards to adapt by resisting or changing in order to reach and maintain an acceptable level of functioning and structure. This is determined by the degree to which the social system is capable of organizing itself to increase its capacity for learning from past disasters for better future protection and to improve risk reduction measures).

http://climatechange.worldbank.org/content/adaptation-guidance-notes-key-words-and-definitions

Vision #4 – 2020: The Green Building Co-op

building coop

This vision is about a local building co-operative that retrofits homes in Anglesea to be more sustainable and resilient.

We want your opinion.

  1. Follow this link to read the full story:

    http://anglesea2037.com/visualisations/anglesea-green-building-coop/

  2. Tell us what you think – Comment at the bottom of the page

Help us get 15 responses by the 13th December.

Vision #3 – 2018: Underground Housing

This vision is about changing our buildings to be more resilient to heatwaves, storms and bushfires.

We want your opinion.

  1. Follow this link to read the full story:

     http://anglesea2037.com/visualisations/underground-house/

  2. Tell us what you think – Comment at the bottom of the page

Help us get 15 responses by the 5th December.

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