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It’s time for our leaders to stand up and end extinction.

Right now, nearly 2000 Australian plants and animals are at dire risk of extinction – creatures like palm cockatoos, numbats and blue whales. 

Australia has lost more mammals to extinction than any other country, three in the last decade. 

Once extinct, they’re gone forever. We can’t bring them back.

Yet ruthless corporations keep on bulldozing vital habitat, damaging our climate and and polluting our air and water. 

But it doesn’t have to be this way. There is a simple solution – laws to safeguard habitat and protect and reconnect our living world.

Sign the petition calling on Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten to:

Create a new generation of national laws to protect the web of life. 

This new framework of laws must:   

  • Make the federal government responsible for protecting the air we breathe, our wildlife, our climate and the places we love
  • Establish an independent commission to set environmental standards
  • Create an independent national Environmental Protection Authority to make sure governments and businesses do the right thing by nature
  • Guarantee communities the right to have a say in environmental decisions

If we stand together against extinction we can protect the people, places and wildlife we love.