Vale environment and equality pioneer Betty Fisher AM

Conservation SA honours first woman President and Environment Hall of Fame inductee Betty Fisher AM. Read more
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A new vision to revive our rivers

On the tenth anniversary of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, peak conservation groups covering every basin state are calling on governments to revive Australia’s biggest river system by following this shared vision.   Read more
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We're hiring!

Conservation SA is looking to fill the newly created position of Campaign Manager. Applications are now open: Read more
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Kimba nuke dump works disrespectful and unnecessary

The state’s peak environment body has expressed extreme disappointment at ‘site characterisation works’ commencing this week at Napandee near Kimba on the contested site for the proposed national radioactive waste facility. Read more
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Public Meeting: It's time to protect our trees!

On Monday 24 October we gathered for a Public Meeting on Adelaide's trees to hear from the experts, ask questions and show our leaders how many South Australians care about our canopy. Read more
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Encouraging signs of progress on Murray Darling Basin Plan but we can’t afford further delays

Conservation Councils across Australia respond to the Murray Darling Basin Ministerial Council (MINCO) meeting hosted by the Minister for the Environment and Water Tanya Plibersek on 12 October 2022. Read more
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Conservation SA Annual Reports

Conservation SA is pleased to release the organisation's annual report for 2021–2022. Read more
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Premier right to insist on Barngarla Veto for nuke waste dump

The state’s peak environment body has strongly welcomed Premier Peter Malinauskas’s public backing of the fight by the Barngarla Traditional Owners to stop a radioactive waste dump on their land. Read more
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Creating Positive Change Fellowship launched

Conservation SA is proud to launch a new skills and development fellowship program to help South Australians Create Positive Change. Read more
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Comparison of Australia's Capital Cities Tree Laws (2022)

Australia’s capital cities are where most of our population is concentrated. They are also particularly vulnerable to urban heat island effect – the build up of dangerous heat in streets and neighbourhoods during the day and night. Read more
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SA let down by stagnant Murray recovery

Today’s release of the long-awaited second Review of the Water for the Environment Special Account (WESA) should sound alarm bells for South Australia, says the state’s peak environment body. Read more
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