SA's unique natural environment – with many species occurring nowhere else on the planet – is a deep and essential part of our identity. Protecting our state's environment is becoming increasingly difficult in the face of climate change, population pressures and our modern way of life.
We need to preserve our biodiversity, restore special places that are suffering, and ensure our natural wonders are around for future generations. In the face of rapid change, we need to think differently about how we go about it.
Inaction is not an option. Nature is part of our heritage, our culture and part of us.