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Chief Executive Blog: 17 April 2018
A few years ago, a friend loaned me a book that profoundly changed my thinking about climate change.Read more
STATE ELECTION: WHAT NOW?
Chief Executive Blog: 5 April 2018
So, after 16 years of Labor we have a Liberal Government. What does it mean for South Australia’s environment?Read more
Pygmy Bluetongue Lizards are making a comeback thanks to huge efforts from scientists and conservation enthusiasts across South Australia.Read more
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
20 February 2018
Next Election Battleground: Parties face off over Nature & Climate
A powerful collection of community groups has brought together party leaders today to find out where they stand on clean energy, nature protection and climate action.Read more
Vote for the Environment
Come to the Joinery and learn how you can be involved!
With the state election just around the corner, there’s plenty we can do to encourage South Australians to Vote for the Environment.
Conservation SA, along with 32 other environmental groups, have created an election scorecard showing where the major parties stand on the environmental issues facing our state. Check out the website here.
Conservation SA is hosting an action session to help you help South Australians vote for the environment.
Date: Wednesday 28 February
Time: Drop in anytime between 4 - 7pm
Where: The Joinery, 111 Franklin St, Adelaide
There’s so much you can do to ensure that the environment wins this state election. Come along and find out how!
If you're finding it hard to keep up with what's happening in energy, don’t feel alone!
Our CE Craig Wilkins breaks down the latest in SA's energy story to help you get a handle on how the news affects South Australians — and what we can do to take control of our energy future.Read more
Australians are great at coming together in times of crisis - we see it time and again with bushfires, floods and other disasters. We can do extraordinary things when we are motivated by looking after the people and places we care about.
Right now, a large-scale disaster is happening, but because it's more gradual than the spread of a bushfire, we are responding way too slowly.
It's climate change.
Climate change needs urgent coordinated action to prevent the most dangerous and chaotic impacts. We know what needs to be done, we just need consistent and coordinated effort across all sectors of our society, as we had during World War II.
We need our federal and state politicians to lead this grand-scale mobilisation to prevent runaway climate change. Please sign our petition to all Parliamentarians and let's get started on this Australia-wide team effort straight away. Let's not fiddle while Australia burns.
Our great state deserves better.