Over the past few months, our Give a Damn team project have been running fun trial initiatives to explore how 16-24-year-olds can adopt sustainable behaviour and encourage other young people to do the same.
MEDIA RELEASE 14 May 2018
Climate Election: Boothby candidates reveal their positions
A candidate survey by Conservation SA in the electorate of Boothby shows varied commitment to climate change policy, despite overwhelming public support for climate action.
CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST 5 May 2019
As the state’s peak environment body The Conservation Council of SA provides nominations to key Board, Committee and Advisory groups within the State Governments Charter.
Posted by Conservation Sa · April 02, 2019 2:36 PM
Give a Damn project hits the ground running People aged 16-24 years are actively defining their identity and place in the world in a new era of social media and climate change. Give a Damn is Conservation SA's new...
The Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation SA) welcomes the opportunity to make a response in relation to the Inquiry into the Water Amendment (purchase limit repeal) Bill 2019.
Posted by Conservation Sa · February 26, 2019 1:12 PM
The South Australian Government has provided more than $100,000 for small scale grants to address local sustainability issues in a changing climate. Grants of up to $10,000 have been awarded to twelve South Australian community groups. The grants have been...