How do we, as citizens, respond to the enormity of climate change?
What could we be doing? What should we be doing? How do we look after ourselves, and each other?
After the incredible global day of action on 20 September, what will we do next?
Hear from a range of inspiring speakers offering different ways forward.
Tickets are $5, with a vegetarian/vegan soup dinner included (or pay what you can afford - contact us for info). All proceeds go to cover catering and venue.
Speakers to be announced soon! Places are limited so book your ticket now.
Presented by Conservation SA
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 to native fauna.Read more
It takes a lot to get Friends of Parks volunteers fired up.
Protesting and holding placards is not really their style. They are far more used to being away from the limelight; maintaining tracks, replanting trees, surveying threatened species or helping park visitors.Read more
The Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation SA) joins with a coalition of organisations to make a submission to the draft National Environmental Biosecurity Response Agreement.Read more
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 designed by Conservation SA, with support from the Department for Environment and Water, to help local community groups deliver practical, on-ground climate-related projects.Read more
The Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation SA) welcomes the opportunity to make a response in relation to the Container Deposit Scheme Review Discussion Paper 2019.Read more
This weekend Labor is holding their biggest event of the year — and South Australians are putting climate change on the agenda.Read more
3 September 2018
Conservation legends and young achievers honoured at SA Environment Awards
2017 Nobel Peace Prize recipient Sue Colman Haseldine was awarded the 20th annual Jill Hudson Award for Environmental Protection at a gala ceremony at Tandanya last night.Read more
6 December 2018
Queensland Warns SA about UCG Heartache
Landowners directly affected by Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) in Queensland have joined with Traditional Owners and environmentalists to send a stark warning to South Australian MPs not to allow the technology here.Read more