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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Tristar proposal to conduct petroleum exploration activities in the Simpson and Pedirka Regions of SA

The Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation Council SA) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the proposal to conduct petroleum exploration activities in the Simpson and Pedirka Regions of South Australia. Read more
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Registrations open for SA nuclear waste dump panel discussion

The Federal Government is pushing ahead with a highly controversial plan to ship radioactive waste from Lucas Heights in Sydney to Kimba in SA’s Eyre Peninsula. Read more
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Explore our coasts with Reef Rambles!

Reef Rambles are a family-friendly opportunity to experience SA's incredible coastal marine life. Read more
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Get to know our team: Paige Le Cornu

In the latest installment in our staff profile series, we're getting to know a team member who brings a wealth of experience and energy to Conservation SA: Adelaide Sustainability Centre (ASC) Coordinator Paige Le Cornu. Read more
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Time for a planning and transport re-think

MEDIA RELEASE  27 July 2020 Time for a planning and transport re-think The state’s peak environment body has called on Premier Marshall to use the opportunity of a new Minister to reset a number of controversial policy issues, including reforms... Read more
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