Cruel politics as Whyalla steelworkers used to justify taxpayer subsidy for Adani coalmine

MEDIA RELEASE  4 May 2017Cruel politics as Whyalla steelworkers used to justify taxpayer subsidy for Adani coalmineUsing the Whyalla steelworks struggle to justify a $1 billion taxpayer subsidy to the Adani Carmichael coal mine railway line is cruel politics, says... Read more
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Five minutes with Tim Vale

Last month we welcomed Tim Vale to the newly-created Fire Policy Officer position for Conservation SA. Tim spent five minutes with us to explain his new role and outline his goals for this important area of conservation work. Read more
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Giles Parkinson Explains energy event a success

On Monday 27 March more than 250 people packed into the Braggs Lecture Theatre at Adelaide Uni to hear energy expert Giles Parkinson speak about South Australia's energy story. Read more
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Five minutes with Jill Woodlands

Conservation SA's Natural Resource Management Facilitator, Jill Woodlands, recently made it to the finalists for this year's National Landcare Awards. To find out more about our hard-working and inspirational staff member, we asked her a few quick questions.  Read more
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SA Select Committee on Statewide Blackout

It is clear from the recent experience in South Australia that inadequate planning for the transition is affecting the price, reliability and security of our electricity supply. Read more
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Proposed Murray Darling Basin Plan Amendments

The Conservation Council of South Australia represents around 60 environment and conservation organisations in our state. We advocate for the implementation in full of the Murray Darling Basin Plan. Read more
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