Delight and relief as Kimba dump dumped

Conservation SA strongly welcomes the decision by the Federal Government to end the controversial and divisive process to impose a radioactive waste dump on Kimba on the Eyre Peninsula. Read more

Time for nuclear dump to be dumped for good

Conservation SA strongly welcomes today’s Federal Court judgement that sets aside the declaration of Napandee (Kimba) as the site for the Australia’s nuclear waste facility. Read more

South Australia’s patience running out as further Murray water delays flagged

South Australia’s peak environment body has called on SA Deputy Premier and Water Minister Susan Close to stand strong as Federal Water Minister Tanya Plibersek flags a potential deadline extension for the Murray Darling Basin Plan.  Read more

2023 State Budget Breakdown

Our CE Craig Wilkins breaks down yesterday's State Budget and what it means for the environment in SA. Read more

Media Release: 2023 State Budget

The peak body for the environment in South Australia responds to the 2023 State Budget in reference to our environment.  Read more

Wonderful win for community as Park Lands biodiversity hotspot saved

An alliance of nature groups who have vigorously campaigned over the past three months against the location of police horse barracks on the Southern Park Lands at Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W) has expressed relief and delight at the decision to... Read more

Nature champions shine at 2023 SA Environment Awards

South Australia’s environment champions – including Jill Hudson Award winner Dr Sarah Wheeler – were honoured at the 2023 SA Environment Awards last night. Learn more about the winners. Read more

Protest laws an attack on democracy

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. Read more

Energy Minister’s Gas comments slammed

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. Read more

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