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You're invited to our annual gathering!

6 October, 2014
It's that time of year again – the Wilderness Society Inc is hosting its Annual General Meeting!
 
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Protecting our World Heritage forests

29 April, 2014
World Heritage is supposed to be a great thing, right?
 
World Heritage listings are a cause for celebration.
 
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Ending deforestation was vote winner for Greens, ALP in Queensland election: polling

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  33% of respondents said deforestation was an important issue 63% of respondents aware of deforestation. Wilderness Society contacted more than 13,000 households during election campaign The Labor Party’s and the Greens’ election pledges to end broadscale deforestation in Queensland proved a vote-winner, according to post-election polling of two Brisbane seats in which The Wilderness Society campaigned heavily on deforestation.
 
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Melbourne Community Organising Training: February 2018

Kathleen Syme Centre, 251 Faraday St Carlton, Melbourne, VIC 3053
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Cheers

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Thanks for sending the Premier a message about protecting Giant Freshwater Lobster forests.
 
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Call Clare Burns about the Park!

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Creating the Great Forest National Park has been on the Victorian Government’s agenda for years. It’s time to create it. Give your local Labor candidate, Clare Burns, a call today.
 
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Leading scientists call on WA Government to protect the Helena Aurora Range

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Over fifty leading Australian environmental scientists and academics are calling on the Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan and the Environment Minister Stephen Dawson to protect the Helena and Aurora Range as a Class ‘A’ National Park. The Environmental Protection Authority’s (EPA) strong rejection of a proposal to mine the range in June sends a clear message to the government that the natural and cultural values found in this area should be preserved in perpetuity and for all to enjoy.
 
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Government spins public logging Annual Report to suit its own political narrative

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Bottom line improvements significantly due to Gov’t absorbing annual costs Annual Report says ‘sustainable’ logging relies on protecting reserves Report confirms contracted wood volumes are availableno need to log reserves