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Extinction is not an inevitable consequence of Australian progress. How much we want to keep our native species is a choice we make as a nation, writes James Trezise
As an international biodiversity conference meets in South Korea this week, all evidence points to the need for federal not state oversight of Australia’s biodiversity commitments.
The Hodgman government’s new law to thrash the Tasmanian Forest Agreement is out of step with the realities of the global economy.
This last week has seen a shift in the Abbott government’s war on nature. Nature, and the people who care about it, are fighting back.
ACF's Linh Do examines the Australian government's attempt to delist part of Tasmania's forests from UNESCO's World Heritage List in this piece published internationally by Al Jazeera English.
It's time the prime minister put the Tasmanian environment, science and the wishes of more than 90% of Australians ahead of his ideology.
The Bentley blockade shows the huge efforts Australians are going to, to protect their communities from the dangers of fracking.
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.
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