Win for people power as Belair National Park trees saved

The state’s peak environment body is delighted with the decision by Environment Minister David Speirs to reject the proposal to develop a section of the Belair National Park with seven soccer pitches, risking hundreds of ancient trees. Read more
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Draft South Australian State Bushfire Management Plan

The Conservation Council South Australia welcomes the opportunity to comment on the draft South Australian State Bushfire Management Plan. Read more
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Ancient trees at risk in ‘bizarre’ Belair National Park soccer plan

A new expert report reveals that hundreds of trees, many of them over 200 years old, are set to be cut down in the Belair National Park if a controversial proposal to build soccer fields in the Park gets the... Read more
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A call to action to protect Adelaide's big trees

Adelaide is losing its urban trees at an alarming rate, but a new action plan released today shows how we could turn this damaging trend around. Read more
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Member Update April 2021

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New report reveals St Kilda poisoning ‘ticking time bomb’

The St Kilda Mangroves Alliance is a powerful coalition of local, national and international organisations and individuals representing environment, industry, science and community formed to ensure a best practice remediation plan is urgently put in place for the recovery and... Read more
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State Bushfire Coordinating Committee role open

As the state’s peak environment body The Conservation Council of SA provides nominations to key Board, Committee and Advisory groups within the State Government's Charter. Read more
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Member Update March 2021

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City bikeway funds should still be spent in cycling

The state’s peak environment body has called for the $3 million State Government funding earmarked for the now-scrapped East-West Bikeway to still be spent on cycling works in the CBD. Read more
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