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Live conservation news and developments with the latest updates. Check out current conservation news stories and find out what happened, what is going on with conservation. Recent news updates about conservation
Some ‘Glossy’ food trees to be retained in aged care plan changes
Grubby deal with radical greenies drives disastrous enviro outcomes
Setting record straight on Western Australian dingoes
Revised shellfish and fishing warning for Swan River
Support for Wellington National Park expansion revealed on International Day of Forests
Canal Rocks boat ramp to remain open for all users
Voting now open for 2019 City of Adelaide Prize
World Science Festival wows Brisbane
Campaign launched to recruit champions for Australia’s sharks and rays
Study suggesting widespread illegal killing of hen harriers on English grouse moors
Michael Morrison reappointed as Historic England Commissioner
Australia’s rarest bird on menu for wedged-tailed eagle
What to look for in Budget 2019: Serious environmental threats demand serious investment
Salmon run signs spark important safety reminders
Shocking new imagery of sharks hooked on Queensland Government drum lines
Greens push environmental protection as top priority for next Government
UPDATED: Shellfish and fishing warning for Swan River: Matilda Bay to Garrett Road Bridge
Statement on control of feral horses in Singleton Training Area
Canada to host international summit to accelerate nature protection
UK takes step forward in global marine protection
Net-Free Zones a Big Draw For Big Fish, But Now We Need More, says AMCS
Sailing La Vagabonde’s Guide To South Australia
Shellfish and fishing warning for Swan River: Old Swan Brewery to Garrett Road Bridge
Greens celebrate largest addition to national park in history
Mapping ravages of guns, traps and bulldozers on biodiversity
Mokihinui River catchment land to be added to Kahurangi National Park
Study shows Great Barrier Reef needs Queensland Government’s Proposed Farm Pollution Rules
Canada welcomes report from Just Transition Task Force for Canadian Coal Power Workers
Canada helping fisheries and aquaculture businesses adopt clean technologies
JCU researcher awarded prestigious Fulbright Fellowship
Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park fatality
National Party MPs dominate federal electorates most at risk from runaway climate damage: analysis
‘Extinct’ bee found on outskirts of Perth
Eumundi Conservation Park trail network complete
Canadian Forces Base Shilo and Other Effective area-based Conservation Measures
Governments of Canada and Manitoba work together to protect nature at Canadian Forces
Murray-Darling: United Condemnation of NSW Water Policy
Shark Report Card shows Australia must do better
Blue Prosperity Coalition: Ocean Experts Unite to Protect Ocean and Grow Economies
8 dog-friendly walking trails in Adelaide
Overfished and undefined: Government fish stocks report shows Australian fisheries have more work to do
Adani “must take responsibility” as mining giant enters not guilty plea
Study on Marine Heatwaves a Reminder to Keep Fossil Fuels in Ground
Blocking New Coal Mines is Right Response to Great Barrier Reef’s Climate Emergency
Modest new community grants barely scratch surface of reversing environmental cuts
Funding to support innovative predator control in the regions
Fishing industry needs to do more to prevent seabird bycatch
Double-up means dip for bittern population