Give World Heritage the protection it needs

Give World Heritage the protection it needs

There's still time! Join thousands of others and add your name to make UNESCO aware of the Tasmanian government's plan to renege on its promised national park protections in lutruwita/Tasmania's World Heritage Area.

Protect the heart of Australia

Protect the heart of Australia

The arid expanse of Munga-Thirri / Simpson Desert and Queensland's spectacular Channel Country form part of the Kati-Thanda-Lake Eyre Basin catchment. Unfortunately these culturally significant and biodiverse-rich landscapes are under threat from fossil fuel exploration.

Save our World Heritage, protect Wollemi

Save our World Heritage, protect Wollemi

Forming part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Wollemi National Park is home to many unique species including the famous Wollemi pine. Shockingly, this spectacular wilderness is under threat.

Act Swiftly!

Act Swiftly!

We must protect the Lonnavale Forests—sign the Act Swiftly petition today!

Wilderness Journal

Wilderness Journal

In issue #013, we join the Nawarddeken of Western Arnhem Land. Supported by Karrkad Kanjdji Trust, they are healing the landscape and its rare Anbinik rainforests with traditional land management practices. (Image: Chester Clarke.)

Our iconic wildlife

Our iconic wildlife

Stories and guides that showcase Australia's unique and often rare animals.

Let's end deforestation

Let's end deforestation

Australia’s deforestation crisis is harming our wildlife, climate and the Reef. Worryingly, the latest Queensland government figures for the year 2018-19 shows that 668,208 hectares of forest and bushland was bulldozed in one year.

Join the Movement For Life

Join the Movement For Life

Make a real difference at a local level and support our national campaigns.

Protect the Pilliga Forest

Protect the Pilliga Forest

The ancient Pilliga Forest risks being carved up by the Narrabri Gas Project, against the wishes of surrounding communities and Gomeroi people.

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