Can we help?
Can we help?At the Conservation Council, we are frequently contacted by individuals/organisations seeking information or help.
If you are seeking information
If you want to advise us of activity harming the SA environment
You can choose to remain anonymous, but if you are willing to provide contact details so we can ask follow-up questions that would be even better.
We may not be in a position to take action directly, we may refer the information to a member group, we may advise a relevant government Minister, or we may look for the policy change that would help to prevent such occurrences in the future.
If you want to take action on an issue or activity harming the environment
You can do so in various ways.
If you are an individual, please refer to this list of all Conservation Council SA member groups and their contact details and this booklet summarising the activity of some of them in the last year. One of these organisations may be active on this issue (or willing to become so!) and you may like to join that group.
If you are already a member of a group that is concerned about this issue that is not a Conservation Council SA member group, your group may like to consider joining us. As well as giving strength in numbers and allowing you to network with other environmentalists, being a member of Conservation Council SA gives your organisation a real say in the work we do, and allows you to contribute directly to our policy development.
You can learn more about the benefits of membership here.
Also, check out Conservation Council SA's Blueprint for a Sustainable Future, which outlines the policy changes we believe are necessary in our six key areas of Biodiversity, Coast & Maine, Water, Planning & Development, Energy and Waste.
We also recommend the following websites to learn more about planning and implementing a campaign:Campaign Strategy