The Conservation Council of South Australia is a movement of passionate people who care about our state's incredible natural environment – and we want you to be a part of it.
For 50 years, Conservation SA has been committed to protecting, restoring and conserving our unique and beautiful natural spaces, and promoting a truly sustainable future for our state.
We run SA's front door for the environment – The Joinery – and host the annual SA Environment Awards to honour and celebrate our state's nature champions.
Conservation SA is powered by 90,000+ people from more than 60 member groups – and South Australians just like you.
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Join the Federal Environment Minster online on 26 June and be part of a collective voice advocating for change in environmental conservation and climate action.
The state’s peak environment body will join with other members of civil society, including unions, law and human rights groups to campaign against the anti-protest Bill rushed through the Lower House of SA Parliament yesterday.
South Australia’s peak environment body has condemned yesterday’s comments by SA Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis at the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association conference in Adelaide.
The Albanese Government has committed $146.8m in this budget towards their election promise to complete the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, but failed to commit the funds needed to deliver on the final 450 gigalitres (GL) of water for the environment.