07 June 18

Federal implications of the NSW Kosciuszko Wild Horse Heritage Bill 2018

The NSW bill will ensure damage from feral horses on the sensitive alpine environments of Kosciuszko National Park continue and increase, despite the numerous threatened species and rare ecosystems that call the park home.

05 June 18

Federal funding for Great Barrier Reef to fall short of 2020 commitments

The current $34 million shortfall in Reef 2050 Plan funding committed by 2020 could increase dramatically, potentially to more than $385 million.

ACF in the media

If you are a journalist with a query for ACF, please contact Tom Arup on 0402 482 910, tom.arup@acf.org.au or Toby Halligan on 0419 403 016, toby.halligan@acf.org.au

For general inquiries, contact us or call 1800 332 510.

Media Releases Opinion Briefs Media Contacts

21 May 18

Stopping Adani's coal mine and sovereign risk: Analysis by economist Saul Eslake

Would actions by an Australian Government to stop the Adani Carmichael mine from proceeding constitute an increase in Australian 'sovereign risk'?

28 February 18

Legal advice to ACF on Adani

Advice to ACF on whether the Carmichael Coal Mine can be stopped under the EPBC Act.

02 February 18

Environment spending in Australia

Since 2013, the proportion of total Commonwealth spending devoted to the Federal Environment Department has nearly halved.

24 November 17

The real cost of coal

A new coal-fired power station in North Queensland is estimated to cost the community up to $3 billion to build and $230 million a year in health, pollution and government subsidies

17 October 17

Digging a Hole

How the Coalition is burying renewables while trying to exhume coal

29 May 17

Investment in Northern Australia that delivers for the long term

Investment that creates jobs and protects nature