Submission to the Pastoral Lands Bill Review

The Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation SA) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Pastoral Lands Bill Review. Read more
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Snap action for Adelaide's trees

On Wednesday 14 October 2020 we held a snap action on the steps of Parliament House to shine a light on Adelaide’s broken big tree laws. Read more
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CE Blog: We moved heaven and earth for a virus – what about climate change?

Twelve months ago, tens of thousands of striking school children on the streets of Adelaide joined millions across the world in the largest climate protests in history. So much has changed since then. Read more
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South Australian 2019-2020 Bushfire Review

The Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation SA) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Independent review into South Australia’s 2019/20 bushfire season. Read more
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Better burning coordination is needed ahead of another dangerous fire season

MEDIA RELEASE 25 September 2020 Better burning coordination is needed ahead of another dangerous fire season Without better communication between community, government agencies and the CFS, poorly designed preventative burning increases fire risk and the chances of damaging wildlife habitat, says... Read more
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Conservation SA at the Nature Festival

SA Nature Festival is full of creative ways to connect with others and to set out on adventures near and far! As proud Festival Partners, we're helping bring a range of fun events to the Joinery and beyond. Read more
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A new force for nature in SA

A healthy environment equals a healthy life. It's a simple enough fact, but one that’s too often overlooked in decision making. The South Australian Nature Alliance plans to change this mindset; their mission is to put nature restoration first. Read more
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SA needs a healthy River, not hush money

MEDIA RELEASE4 September 2020SA needs a healthy River, not hush money Today’s announcement by Federal Water Minister Keith Pitt to take voluntary buybacks off the table will guarantee the Murray Darling Basin Plan will fail to meet critical deadlines, raising... Read more
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20 per cent shortfall sends shivers down the river

MEDIA RELEASE3 September 202020 per cent shortfall sends shivers down the river South Australia’s peak environment body has called for the Murray-Darling Basin Plan water recovery targets to be urgently lifted in the wake of today’s Wentworth Group report, which... Read more
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Contact Conservation SA on (08) 8223 5155, general@conservationsa.org.au, or at our offices at the Joinery at 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide.

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