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WetlandCare Australia is calling on Australians to enter photographs of local wetlands to WCA’s seventh annual Photography Prize. The Photography Prize has four categories open this year: Wetland Fauna, Wetland Flora, Our Wetlands and Changing Landscapes.
A proposal to expand open cut mining operations near a World Heritage Area in New South Wales has been rejected by the state Department of Planning. Coalpac had applied
In a hard-hitting speech, Canadian environmentalist Dr David Suzuki has criticised Australia’s new conservative Liberal-National government’s policy on climate change and exhorted Australians to embrace renewable energy. Dr Suzuki
According to the Nature Conservation Council in New South Wales a community challenge against a Hunter Valley coal mine in the Land and Environment Court could be the
According to an updated Red List a freshwater shrimp, an island-dwelling lizard and a pupfish from Arizona have been declared extinct, while nearly 21,000 species are at risk
The European Union has adopted a new strategy aimed at promoting green infrastructure, and putting natural processes at the heart of its spatial planning. Under the new strategy the
A new United Nations-backed report says coal-fired power generation in Asia and cattle farming in South America are the most damaging businesses for nature with hidden costs that
A report has found resource companies are exaggerating the projected economic and employment benefits of coal mining and gas projects in Australia’s most populous state New South Wales.
The conservative Liberal-National New South Wales state government has scored an "F" for national parks and wildlife conservation in a report card by the state's leading environmental groups.
German sportswear company Puma has announced a range of biodegradable shoes and clothes, seeking to lead in protecting nature as it tries to catch up with rivals Nike