State Bushfire Coordinating Committee role open

As the state’s peak environment body The Conservation Council of SA provides nominations to key Board, Committee and Advisory groups within the State Government's Charter. Read more

City bikeway funds should still be spent in cycling

The state’s peak environment body has called for the $3 million State Government funding earmarked for the now-scrapped East-West Bikeway to still be spent on cycling works in the CBD. Read more

Starter’s gun fired in state election clean energy race to the top

The state’s peak environment body has welcomed today’s announcement of Labor’s hydrogen jobs plan and power station, and looks forward to a race to the top on clean energy and climate from all parties in the lead up to the... Read more

Endangered whales at risk as causeway works timed for peak of breeding season

The state’s peak environment body has slammed a decision to time Victor Harbor causeway upgrade work during the peak of the whale breeding season. Read more

Vigil held for SA's lost mangroves and saltmarsh

Concerned community members, environment groups, politicians, scientists and industry representatives gathered on the steps of Parliament House to hold a vigil for the St Kilda Mangroves on World Wetlands Day. Read more

St Kilda Mangroves Alliance launched

On Saturday 23 January we launched the St Kilda Mangroves Alliance, a powerful coalition of 20+ environment, industry and community groups dedicated to forcing action to save this irreplaceable part of the world. Read more

Southern Right Whales - State Assessment Panel

The Conservation Council of South Australia is pleased to provide comment on The Granite Island Causeway Project development application by Department for Infrastructure and Transport currently before the State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP). Read more

Submission to the NSW Border Rivers Water Sharing Plan (WSP)

The Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation SA) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission on the proposal to amend the NSW Border Rivers Water Sharing Plan (WSP) to include floodplain harvesting. Read more

Critical moment for the Murray

MEDIA RELEASE26 November 2020 Critical moment for the Murray Tomorrow’s Ministerial Council (MinCo) meeting is set to be a pivotal moment for the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, with upstream states pushing hard to extend crucial 2024 deadlines that further risk the health of... Read more

What does the State Budget mean for our environment?

Our Chief Executive Craig Wilkins unpacks the new State Budget and its implications for the future of South Australia's environment. Read more

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