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Nature strategy acknowledges scale of biodiversity crisis, but lacks detail on how to fix it
Immediate end to old growth logging a big win for people and wildlife
Defending a liveable climate should not be a crime
National environment law review: Trust science, fix system and leave a proud legacy for generations
Plan for new Indigenous Protected Areas is good news for people and country
Scientists urge PM to establish strong laws to help stop extinction crisis
Relocation of school to former toxic waste site poses unacceptable risk to people, bushland and Manly Dam
Climate policy flaws allow Centennial Coal to dramatically increase emissions from mines without penalty
Expert raises questions about environmental impact of Adani’s proposed water scheme
Latest climate science sounds urgent warning for ocean-loving Australia
Fresh details of Morrison Government’s coal spruiking emerge as Australia is blocked from speaking at UN climate summit
Wide community opposition to nuclear power
Targets need to reflect seriousness of climate challenge
Climate change a body blow for cricket: ACF
Glider habitat burned down after flawed approval
Great Barrier Reef ‘very poor’ outlook adds to climate pressures on Morrison Government
Call on companies to review membership of peak business group over climate and nature concerns
INPEX receives ‘slap on wrist’ fine for releasing toxic PFAS into Darwin Harbour
Stop destroying koala habitat
Climate policy loopholes allow Anglo American to double pollution from coal mine without penalty
Land use a big part of world’s climate problem – and solution: IPCC
Queensland CleanCo announcement step in right direction but more ambition needed
Australia on track to become one of world’s major climate polluters
Minister knew controversial WA uranium mine approval could lead to extinction of species
Agriculture review overlooks role of national law in protecting biodiversity
Queensland’s tick-and-flick groundwater approval for Adani could spell disaster for ancient oasis
ACF wins legal challenge to Adani’s water scheme approval as Federal Government concedes case
Approval of Adani’s Black-throated finch plan could send species to brink
Australian Climate Roundtable renews its commitment to successful action on climate change
Re-elected Morrison Government environment and energy ministers face big challenges
Protect Queensland’s water – don’t cave to Adani’s pressure
ACF statement on 2019 federal election result
Landcare among Hawke’s legacies for agriculture
Climate change could send 26 species to extinction along Great Dividing Range
New documents shed further light on Adani groundwater approval stitch-up
Party Policies on Climate Change
More than 90% of threatened species habitat destruction has happened in just 12 electorates
Unfinished business: Kakadu needs a new approach to cleaning up an old mine
Kakadu needs a new approach to cleaning up an old mine
Australia must step up as world’s scientists sound urgent warning about global health of nature
Labor’s EPA and new nature laws pledge welcome, more detail and investment needed
Coalition environment announcement does little to reverse its deep budget cuts to nature protection
ACF backs rejection of Adani’s finch plans – new analysis shows land disturbance of proposed mines
Prime Minister defied Treasury warning against public support for Trevor St Baker’s coal interests
Australia’s clean electricity transition falling well behind other comparable nations: analysis
What “The Greens” really means
Independent candidates come together for landmark climate agreement
Political leaders must respond to alarm call about climate damage to Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Site