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Wednesday, 3 April 2019
Page: 14641

Ms PRICE (DurackMinister for the Environment) (15:17): This refers to the question that I took on notice. Our government is very proud to be funding the Murdoch University's Harry Butler Environmental Education Centre for $25 million over four years. This funding goes to Murdoch University, which is in Perth; it doesn't go to Chervon. Harry Butler AO was an environmental advocate and educator and an Australian of the Year. The centre will carry on his work and legacy, which was dedicated to teaching people to protect the ecosystem they are a part of. Harry Butler, like our government, believed in the community, business and diversity co-existing. We are proud to support the centre's work. The other partner is Chevron. Thank you.

Honourable members interjecting

The SPEAKER: The Minister for the Environment has concluded her answer. Members on both sides!

Opposition members interjecting

The SPEAKER: I suggest those on my left who wish to stay for the matter of public importance cease interjecting.