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New Report: SA Marine Sanctuaries Worth Millions

MEDIA RELEASE

9 September 20140

A new report released today highlights significant economic opportunities for South Australia as a result of the new marine sanctuaries due to come into effect on 1 October. Commissioned by the Conservation Council of South Australia and prepared by the South Australian Centre for Economic Studies, The Report conservatively estimates just some of the value of South Australia's marine sanctuaries to be more than $23 million per year. (View and download The Report)

"This Report should go a long way towards putting to bed concerns that marine parks are bad for regional economies. Evidence from around Australia suggests that marine parks are great for the regions and great for fishing," said Craig Wilkins, Chief Executive of the Conservation Council of SA.

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Warburton Review a disaster for SA

 

MEDIA RELEASE

29 August 2014

$5.5 Billion investment in South Australia is at risk following the release of the Warburton Review into the Renewable Energy Target.

“This Review report is devastatingly bad news for South Australia,” said Craig Wilkins, Chief Executive of Conservation SA, the state’s peak environment body.

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South Australians honoured in 2014 Environment Awards

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 MEDIA RELEASE 

28 August 2014

The Conservation Council of South Australia, the state’s peak environmental organisation, has announced the winners of the 2014 South Australian Environment Awards.

Every year, these awards celebrate the outstanding efforts and dedication of nature lovers and environmentalists in our community caring for the South Australian environment. 

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Water pricing recommendations not saving for a day when it doesn’t rain

MEDIA RELEASE

16 July 2014

The Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA)’s recommendations to reform SA’s water pricing takes an environmentally and socially short-sighted approach to our most precious resource, says the state’s peak environmental organisation.

“ESCOSA’s recommendations are based on economic efficiency at the expense of water conservation and social fairness,” said Conservation Council SA Chief Executive Craig Wilkins.

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Leading renewable energy expert Giles Parkinson in Adelaide

MEDIA RELEASE
9 July 2014

Giles Parkinson, one of Australia’s top energy commentators, is in Adelaide today to talk about
South Australia's world-leading success in renewable energy.

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