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The debate around high grazing in Victoria continues for only one reason - and that's because it has the potential to determine the next state election.
The federal government seems determined to trash Australia's reputation and disregard the international significance of World Heritage protection.
Stripping Tasmania’s forests of World Heritage status jeopardises the future and stability of Tasmania’s community, environment and forestry industry.
The Australian Business Lobby is running a fierce campaign to gut the laws that protect Australia's unique environment.
Tony Abbott's infrastructure vision needs a rethink if we want our life support systems not to be overrun.
For the past three years, the question of how to streamline project approval processes has dominated conservation policy debates.
It's like the economy and the environment are being kept in separate cages of a zoo in this year's election, says ACF's Director of Environmental Campaigns, Paul Sinclair.
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.
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