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Queensland’s wildlife and the environment are winners in this year’s State Budget, with more than $90 million allocated to a range of environmental initiatives including national parks revitalisation, crocodile management, koala conservation, fire...
A new study led by Macquarie University has found we need to provide more safe havens for wildlife and plant species to survive under climate change in New South Wales’ west. Click on thel ink below to read the full article. 
The creation of a new category of private land in Queensland by the state government has been condemned as bad legislation by the Member for Gregory and others. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
As global warming drives more events that impact coral reefs, managing the Great Barrier Reef’s resilience demands comprehensive and detailed mapping of the reef bed. Clic k on the link below to read the full article
A skipper and deckhand were fined $7000 after Queensland Government staff raided their boat and found 31 shark fins on board at the port in Cairns. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
Australia heavily relies on the work of Indigenous rangers to meet our conservation targets, but they’re being short-changed by federal government funding. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
With Australia facing a knife-edge federal poll on May 18, plastic pollution has become an election issue...The Australian Marine Conservation Society is urging voters to consider environmental issues during coming elections. Click on the link below...
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute, in partnership with the Protected Areas Learning & Research Collaboration (PALRC), offers a five-day intensive training program that aims to give participants a good understanding of...
Combining traditional knowledge with modern science and technology could reduce loss of property and human life from out-of-control blazes. Each year, huge fires in Australia’s center and north devour all plant and animal life that comes...
Climate change is making ocean heat waves worse—a reality that increases the chances for mass bleaching and puts young coral in jeopardy. Click on the link below to read the full article.