Epsom-Ascot-Huntly Floodplain Management Study

To improve the way that flooding is managed in the area, the Victorian Government, in conjunction with the City of Greater Bendigo undertook the Epsom-Ascot-Huntly Floodplain Management Study. This Floodplain Management Study aimed to investigate and assess all options to manage flooding in the area in order to determine methods […] Read more »

Moree Plains Roadside Vegetation Rapid Assessments and Glovebox Guide Update

Molino Stewart was commissioned by Moree Plains Shire Council to conduct four activities in this project: Conduct rapid assessments of roadside vegetation Update the Glovebox Guide which provides information about the significant roadside environments within the shire Provide training and instructions to Council staff on how the rapid assessments are […] Read more »

Emergency Management Leaders Forum

Molino Stewart Principal, Neil Dufty, had the honour of presenting  the keynote speech at the 2nd Emergency Management Leaders Forum held on 26 March in Melbourne. Neil is a Regional Director of The International Emergency Management Society (TIEMS) and presented case studies to highlight different aspects of international emergency management including […] Read more »

Campbelltown Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan

Molino Stewart prepared a Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan for Campbelltown Council which is currently on public exhibition.  The Strategic Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan (FRMSP) has been developed to identify the properties which will experience the highest flood risk in the Bow Bowing Bunbury Curran (BBBC) Catchment. This […] Read more »

VoiceAmerica Interview

Company Principal, Neil Dufty, was recently interviewed by VoiceAmerica for a segment on disaster education. In the radio interview, Neil discussed the best ways to develop and manage disaster communication awareness and how to identify various audiences - or learners. He also discussed ways to better understand the challenges faced […] Read more »

Warrimoo Mountain Bike Track

Molino Stewart was engaged by Ku-ring-gai Council to conduct an Ecological Feasibility Study of the Warrimoo Downhill Mountain Bike Track located with the Ku-ring-gai Creek Reserve. The track was closed in June 2016 due to concerns about damage to some of Ku-ring-gai’s most ecologically significant bushland. This investigation has found it […] Read more »

World Bank Project

As part of the implementation of the Priority 4 of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, the World Bank/GFDRR has launched a global study on the “State of Civil Protection in the World: Typologies, Good Practices and Economic Returns”. For this global study, Molino Stewart was commissioned to prepare […] Read more »

Regional State of the Environment Report 2018

Molino Stewart has been commissioned to produce the Central West Regional State of the Environment Report for the past ten years. This year there were 16 local councils in the Greater Central West Region of NSW participating in the reporting process. The regional report contains data related to over 100 […] Read more »

Molino Stewart Audit Leads to Piggery Clean Up

An environmental audit conducted by Steven Molino of Molino Stewart demonstrated that the piggery was not being operated in a competent manner as was required by its operating licence in relation to its management of effluent and wastes and that it had provided false statements to the EPA. That assessment […] Read more »

The NSW Roadside Environment Committee

The NSW Roadside Environment Committee (REC) was established in 1994 by the NSW Government in recognition of the environmental values of linear reserves. The REC is an umbrella body of linear infrastructure managers and environment organisations that promotes and coordinates leading practice in linear reserve environmental management across the State. […] Read more »