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Webinar 1: Regional Rehabilitation Strategy Implementation Actions 1 & 3

Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority

Webinar 1: Regional Rehabilitation Strategy Implementation Actions 1 & 3

Join the Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority (MLRA) with guest speakers from DELWP for a presentation on the Latrobe Valley Regional Rehabilitation Strategy (LVRRS) Implementation Actions.

Webinar 1: LVRRS Implementation Actions 1 and 3

Climate Change Guidance (Action 1)

To support mine rehabilitation to be climate resilient, DELWP has provided guidance to mine licensees on using climate change scenarios for any mine rehabilitation planning involving rainfall-dependent water sources. This presentation will discuss how DELWP, in collaboration with research scientists from the Victorian Water and Climate Initiative, ensured that the guidance is both scientifically robust and consistent with practice across Victoria’s water industry.

 Water Sharing in the Latrobe Valley (Action 3)

Latrobe Valley’s water allocation and use is covered by Victoria’s statutory water entitlement and planning framework and the Water Act 1989. This presentation will cover how Latrobe Valley water allocation and use is implemented, including provisions for protecting users’ water entitlements and rights.

A Q&A session will follow the presentations.

This webinar is the first of two hosted by the MLRA. Webinar 2: LVRRS Implementation Actions 4 and 5 is on Tuesday, 9 February, 5.30pm AEST.

A link to the webinar will be sent to you after registration and before the event starts. This will include instructions to where you can submit your questions prior to and during the event.

About the MLRA

The MLRA is an independent body established on 30 June 2020 under amendments to the Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990 (Vic), overseeing the implementation of the LVRRS by public sector bodies and mine licensees.

Learn more about the MLRA at:


Facebook: @MLRAVictoria

LinkedIn: @MineLandRehabilitationAuthority

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