The Fight for the Bight is over... for now

MEDIA RELEASE25 February 2020 The Fight for the Bight is over… for now SA’s peak body for the environment welcomes news this morning that Norwegian company Equinor will abandon plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight. Read more
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2019-20 Holiday Closing Dates

The Conservation SA offices will be closed from 5pm Friday 20 December 2019 and will reopen on Monday 6 January 2020. Our home The Joinery will also be closed during this period. The Foodprint Experience Cafe will be closed from Friday 20 December...
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Time for cool heads, not posturing over Murray

MEDIA RELEASE 30 November 2019 Time for cool heads, not posturing over Murray South Australia’s peak environment body has strongly backed SA Environment Minister David Speirs as he rejects the call to remove barrages at the lower end of the Murray. Read more
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2019 SA Environment Awards winners announced

Legendary Great Australian Bight protector Bunna Lawrie and School Strike 4 Climate leader Doha Khan were among those honoured at the 2019 SA Environment Awards ceremony at Tandanya on 21 November 2019. Read more
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Who speaks for the trees?

On Monday 11 November Conservation SA hosted a Public Forum: 'Who Speaks for the Trees' Forum.  Around 150 passionate community members, politicians, policy-makers and members of the environment sector packed the Joinery to hear expert speakers on the planning and... Read more
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Kimba dump ballot a long, long way from community consent

MEDIA RELEASE 8 November 2019 Kimba dump ballot a long, long way from community consent After years of trying to convince the Kimba community to accept radioactive waste from Lucas Heights in Sydney and throwing millions of dollars at a town struggling for... Read more
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Platypus in SA & banning opera house traps

The Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation SA) welcomes the opportunity to make a response to the review into regulations enabling the use of pyramid nets as permitted fishing devices in South Australia is underway, with a view to mitigate risks... Read more
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Biodiversity Blog: Devilish Dasyurids

Ever had a bad day and just wanted to chew someone's head off? Let me introduce to you the Dasyurid family. Read more
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