CE Blog: Bill's message

A few years ago, a friend loaned me a book that profoundly changed my thinking about climate change.  Like many, this issue induced a vague discomfort in me. I was worried about what was happening, and how it was getting... Read more

waste dump senate inquiry

On 6 February 2018, the Senate referred an inquiry into the selection process for a national radioactive waste management facility in South Australia to the Senate Economics References Committee for inquiry and report by 14 August 2018.   Read more

CE BLOG: State Election: What now?

So, after 16 years of Labor we have a Liberal Government. What does it mean for South Australia’s environment? Read more

Why should we swap bunnies for bilbies this Easter?

The Greater Bilby is a uniquely Australian Easter icon, but how much do you really know about these gorgeous, shy and elusive marsupials? And should we be ditching chocolate Easter bunnies for good? Read more

Saving SA’s critically endangered Pygmy Bluetongue Lizards

Pygmy Bluetongue Lizards are making a comeback thanks to huge efforts from scientists and conservation enthusiasts across South Australia.  Read more

Strong backing for Labor’s increased renewable, storage ambition

MEDIA RELEASE  21 February 2018 Strong backing for Labor’s increased renewable, storage ambition Conservation SA has welcomed today’s announcement by SA Labor to increase the state’s renewable energy target to 75% and create an energy storage target. Read more

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