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The Tasmanian Forests Agreement is an attempt to resolve entrenched conflict differently from the way it is usually done in Australia says Don Henry.
Vica Bayley, Tasmanian campaign manager at The Wilderness Society, responds to Richard Flanagan's commentary on the Tasmanian Peace Agreement.
If you need evidence that state governments should not be trusted to make decisions about developments that can do long-term environmental damage, look no further than the Queensland Government.
If you thought forking out for over-priced flowers was enough to contend with on Valentines Day, spare a thought for fellow lovers in the wild, who work much harder to keep their sweethearts happy.
ACF chief executive Don Henry examines some of the environmental issues facing the nation in election year 2013.
Opening statement by ACF's Acting Campaign Director Dr Paul Sinclair to the Tasmanian Legislative Council Select Committee to scrutinise the Tasmanian Forests Agreement Bill.
The forests agreement provides a one-off opportunity to transform Tasmania's economy, writes Don Henry in the Launceston Examiner.
Don Henry explains why the Tasmanian forest talks were needed, how they fell apart and why all parties should to consider working together again.
Business groups have had a privileged insider's role advising COAG on environmental law reform, but not a single environment representative has been invited to participate in the process.
During the lead-up to last week’s federal budget and the reporting that followed, the overwhelming focus was on whether Labor could deliver on the surplus promise it had pledged.
ACF president Ian Lowe says an independent inquiry can come up with answers to a problem that won’t go away.
Internationally significant Ramsar-listed wetlands are being seriously damaged by unnecessary water extraction and logging.
The new national fire warning system, with a top level of ‘catastrophic’ or ‘code red’, will send a clear message to everyone living in fire-prone areas that when conditions are so extreme the best survival measure is to get out of harm’s way.
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