News - 18 January 2016 - South Australia
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News - 17 November 2015 - South Australia
BP's plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight knocked back
Regulator says application to drill four exploration wells in region failed to meet environmental st...
News - 10 November 2015
Half of oil from BP's Gulf of Mexico spill may still be on sea floor
Half of the oil from BP's Gulf of Mexico spill may still be on the sea floor, a study has suggested,...
News - 06 November 2015 - South Australia
At least 15 feared dead after BHP Brazil mining dam bursts
The bursting of a dam at Samarco, a Brazilian iron ore company jointly owned by Australian miner BHP...
News - 19 October 2015 - Nature - Western Australia
Kimberley marine park plan doesn't go far enough
The Western Australian Government has released a proposal for two new marine parks which will protec...
News - 12 October 2015
BP oil spill in Great Australian Bight would be catastrophic
News - 28 September 2015
Wilderness Society questions CSIRO deal with energy giants Chevron, BP in Great Australian Bight
News - 11 September 2015
Renewed calls for WA Forest Products Commission to lose controlled wood accreditation over karri logging
Environment groups have renewed calls for WA's Forest Products Commission (FPC) to have its controll...
News - 10 September 2015
Forestry Tasmania urged to help save swift parrot by reducing logging area by 3 per cent
Forestry Tasmania is being urged to stop logging in 3 per cent of its native forest logging area bec...
News - 09 September 2015
World Heritage Area won’t be logged without UNESCO nod: Tasmania
Tasmania has given top-level assurances to the Abbott government that it won’t log inside its Wilde...