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Another 56 Australian species have just been added to the international red list of threatened species!

Add your voice for global goals that halt and reverse nature destruction

Australia’s plants and animals are under threat. Our combined voices can protect them.

56 more Australian species have just been added to the international red list of threatened species –bringing the total to 1,830 Australian species in danger!

The threat of extinction extends beyond our shores too. Habitat destruction is threatening Tassie Devils and Tigers alike with extinction. The Great Barrier Reef is collapsing, so is the Amazon.

But strong global nature goals can unite and hold accountable governments worldwide so they take greater, urgent action for forests, rivers, animals and our natural world that sustains us.

Sign the petition calling on Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Environment Minister Sussan Ley to:

Support ambitious global goals for nature to halt and reverse biodiversity destruction and achieve a Nature Positive world by 2030 at the 15th conference to the parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15).

That means supporting clear and measurable goals and targets, backed by domestic commitments to:

  • End extinction and recover threatened species,
  • Restore the ecosystems we’ve already degraded,
  • Embed the value of nature in all government and business decision-making,
  • Recognise Indigenous rights and stewardship,
  • Protect at least 30% of the planet’s land and oceans,
  • and, to do our fair share of what’s needed, commit to protecting at least 30% of our own diverse lands by 2030 as other nations have.

Want to understand more about how global goals for nature will help Australia's own endangered plants and animals? Read this blog from Nathaniel Pelle, ACF's Business and Biodiversity Campaign Lead, then sign the petition and invite friends and family to add their names too!

Header photo: Jean-Paul Ferrero/AUSCAPE


Latest Supporters

Helen 2022-01-20 15:11:32 +1100
Jamie 2022-01-20 13:48:48 +1100
Bruce 2022-01-20 07:30:34 +1100
Tabitha 2022-01-19 21:51:30 +1100
This is an opportunity to change a bad decision. It is time for nature and the future of an important ecological area to be the priority, not developers profits.
Gillian 2022-01-19 15:49:56 +1100
Gemma 2022-01-19 15:47:09 +1100
Kristen 2022-01-19 01:56:19 +1100
Rhyl 2022-01-18 16:52:17 +1100
Please – do your jobs.
Joe 2022-01-18 15:59:44 +1100
Stacey 2022-01-18 15:35:29 +1100
Philip 2022-01-18 15:28:11 +1100
Narelle 2022-01-18 13:23:18 +1100
Pam 2022-01-18 11:32:42 +1100
Kathryn 2022-01-18 09:44:14 +1100
Our big back yard is looking more and more like a stony desert.
Susanne 2022-01-18 08:50:17 +1100
Zhayla 2022-01-18 02:47:01 +1100
Keep reversing nature destruction
Potton 2022-01-17 20:16:51 +1100
Michelle 2022-01-17 18:53:59 +1100
Rowan 2022-01-17 13:42:45 +1100
ann 2022-01-17 13:34:42 +1100
Hayley 2022-01-17 08:34:33 +1100
Everything in nature depends on plants and animals. Dependencies are complex and must not be taken lightly. Driving a plant or animal to extinction causes the demise of another plant or animal. That fact is well known and documented. It is imperative that politicians have knowledge of this fact and act to preserve life.
Ron 2022-01-16 19:41:59 +1100
Tamsin 2022-01-16 13:43:27 +1100
Dimi 2022-01-16 10:57:18 +1100
Efficient management of wildlife would not be reacting to last level before extinction. But as this is what we’ve got down to make it better.
McCabe 2022-01-15 21:34:13 +1100
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