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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
More than 90 per cent of protected areas are disconnected
Koala search team ready for bushfire season
EOIs called for EPA Board
Researcher Contributes to Study That Shows Plant Extinction is More Common Than Previously Realized
Galapagos guides to ‘barcode’ wildlife
Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary inspection
Ballarat tree receives recognition by National Trust of Australia
Whitebaiting season makes a frustrating start in Eastern Bay
Balancing loss of terrestrial biodiversity and feeding world
Living Planet Report reveals 68% decline in global wildlife populations since 1970
Weapons of gas destruction: lifting lid on emissions from gas
Government Invests in Canada’s Tidal Power Industry
National parks preserve more than species
Natural flood management project to begin at Greater Manchester beauty spot
SA’s historic plastic laws will save animal lives
72nd AFMA Commission Meeting – Chairman’s summary
Conservation rule breakers may face fines
“Bush to beach” corridor aim for Otama Reserves Group
Community conservation fund grant a building block for runanga
Memorandum on Withdrawal of Certain Areas of United States Outer Continental Shelf from Leasing Disposition
Fisheries Act protections for Canada’s marine mammals upheld as “bear-banger” court case against commercial skipper
Ten McGill researchers honoured by Royal Society of Canada
Boreal forests valuable for biodiversity disappear due to logging
Tighter trade restrictions to support endangered species survival in wild
Queensland Government’s failure to protect Reef from unsustainable fishing forces strong action from Federal
National Wetland Trust gains further funding for Rotopiko work
Queensland first trial to save critically endangered reptile
Ruapehu whio and kiwi to benefit from community conservation boost
Gulls pay attention to human eyes
A better way to protect koalas
Bandicoots released on Dirk Hartog Island to mark National Threatened Species Day
New Soil and Land Conservation Commissioner appointed to drive soil health and landscape repair
Protecting our threatened species
Palaszczuk’s renewable energy investment pledge is essential for our Reef
Marine conservationists seek clarification on LNP Reef water regs plans
Labor makes strong pitch to Queenslanders [with $500m renewables fund]
Mastercard secures a two-year exclusive partnership with Taronga Zoo
Jobs for Nature to expand Predator Free Wellington
Hazard reduction burning in national parks in Pilliga
Climate community ‘sound alarm’ on global warming
Don’t [fossilize] Australia’s clean energy agencies
Protected areas can “double” imperilled species populations
Conservationists warn UNESCO of ‘alarming’ move to weaken protection [for World Heritage sites]
Mackenzie drylands protection takes step forward
Canada and Haida Nation announce Voluntary Protection Zone trial on west coast of Haida Gwaii
Massive, indeed: Shark MOOC has attracted thousands
Taking conservation to community through art
Law Council of Australia calls for parliamentary inquiry into environmental bill