Media Releases - 15 November 2021 - Campaign - Tasmania
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News - 15 November 2021 - Nature - Australia wide
One Aussie's COP26 exhibition success
We recently helped with an exhibition in Glasgow during the COP26 climate summit. The exhibition at ...
News - 10 November 2021 - Forests - Tasmania
End of tourism & logging industry protocol indicates better recognition of forests as tourism assets.
The Wilderness Society Tasmania welcomes the termination by the Tourism Industry Council Tasmania (T...
Media Releases - 03 November 2021 - Campaign - New South Wales
NSW Deputy Premier moves to kill plans for new Wollemi coal field
The Wilderness Society has been campaigning for the NSW Government to walk away from their planned ...
Media Releases - 26 October 2021 - Deforestation - Tasmania
Will Tasmania’s Parliament Vote To Keep Enforced Soviet-Style Logging Quota For More Forest Destruction?
As Victoria and Western Australia transition away from native forest logging, a key part of Tasmania...
Media Releases - 21 October 2021 - Nature - Australia wide
Barnaby Joyce’s net-zero EPBC bid a sovereign risk to Australia’s biodiversity and a poison chalice for agriculture sector
The Nationals cannot be allowed to sacrifice nature and the agriculture sector to give mining a free...
Events - 23 October 2021 - South Australia
Event: A Celebration Of Wilderness
Over the past few years we have achieved some major successes, together with our amazing members and...
News - 16 October 2021 - Nature - Australia wide
Biodiversity - Kunming Declaration at COP15
Governments from around the world adopted the Kunming Declaration at the 15th UN Biodiversity Confer...
News - 08 October 2021 - Campaign - Tasmania
Forico’s Natural Capital Report is a waymarker for the future of forestry in lutruwita/Tasmania and beyond
The Wilderness Society has welcomed the release of Forico’s 2021 Natural Capital Report.
News - 16 September 2021 - Movement - Australia wide
Hot in the press: Movement For Life
Wilderness Society community teams have been focused on getting into their local papers, making the ...