VOICES FRO THE EARTH

In our quest to combat climate change, it seems that political philosophy and denial, spurred on…

Cool water fish floundering as tropical fish invade temperate reefs

Warming waters are leading to the ‘tropicalisation’ of temperate reefs: gone are the kelp forests, and…

Vets warn: Human Easter treats are toxic and potentially fatal to dogs

Vets are urging the public not to give in to puppy dog eyes this Easter, as…

Queensland’s turtles and whales to benefit from plastics ban

Australia’s leading ocean conservation group has congratulated the Queensland government for passing legislation to ban single-use…

Koala survival requires 200,000ha of new reserves and a $1 billion conservation and recovery fund

The Nature Conservation Council today unveiled a comprehensive plan to pull koalas back from the brink…

Glovebox Guide to support feral cat management

A new guide has been developed to help agricultural and environmental land managers address the growing…

Stromatolites – the fossils of Earth’s earliest lifeforms – may owe their existence to viruses

As the Mars Rover sets out to look for evidence of life on another planet, scientists…

The Great Koala National Park

A recent University of Newcastle report examined the economic and environmental benefits that could result from…

Voices for the Earth

Harvestable Water RightsA lot of television airtime has recently been devoted to “harvestable rights”. That’s the…

World’s oceanic sharks and rays decline by 71% in the last 50 years

Overfishing has driven the global abundance of oceanic sharks and rays to decline by nearly three-quarters…

World’s oceanic sharks and rays decline by 71% in the last 50 years

Overfishing has driven the global abundance of oceanic sharks and rays to decline by nearly three-quarters…

Koala National Park would create over 9000 jobs for the Coffs Coast

The Great Koala National Park (GKNP) would deliver 9,000+ jobs for the Coffs Coast, according to…

Voices for the earth

Federal Politicians and Emissions TargetsGovernments around the globe are under increasing pressure to ramp up action…

The Snowy 2.0 electricity connection must go underground

Twenty four organisations and fifty expert engineers, scientists, environmentalists, academics and economists, are calling on Planning…

Be a mate to our furry friends in the heat

RSPCA NSW is urging all pet owners to keep their pets cool, hydrated, and safe this…

Classifying the Wollemi Pine as an “Asset of Intergenerational Significance” sets a great precedent

The Nature Conservation Council welcomes Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s decision to give the Wollemi Pine greater protection…

Feral horse numbers in Kosciuszko could fall 95% under new proposal

The infestation of feral horses destroying rare ecosystems and killing threatened species in Kosciuszko National Park…

A Federal Environment Act Worth Defending

VOICES FOR THE EARTHIn July last year, Graeme Samuel released his interim report on the second…

NSW State forests offer fun and adventure — but be safe

People planning their holiday travels and activities should put State forests on top of the list.…

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