News - 12 October 2015
News & Events
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...
News - 04 September 2015
As sure as one and one is two, we need to monitor Australian ecosystems
If we're not monitoring Australian wildlife, then how can we know whether we're making the right dec...
News - 02 September 2015
BP to explore drilling options off South Australian coast five years after Deepwater Horizon disaster
THE Deepwater Horizon oil spill was one of the world’s worst environmental disasters. An oil rig in ...
News - 15 August 2015
Lyndon Schneiders, Wilderness Society: Laws and enforcers fail
The controversy surrounding the botched environmental approval of the Adani coal mine in Queensland ...
News - 06 August 2015
Genesis Energy to close last coal-fired power stations in NZ
New Zealand is saying goodbye to coal-fired power generation, with Genesis Energy advising it will p...
News - 01 August 2015
Talking Point: Logging rings death knell for swift parrot – Warrick Jordan
FEDERAL Government freedom of information documents released last week reveal the swift parrot — a t...