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

We have one of the worst records on extinction in the world. 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 nature crisis is global. Habitat destruction is threatening Tasmanian Devils and Sumatran tigers alike with extinction. The Great Barrier Reef is collapsing, so is the Amazon.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek can make Australia a global leader for nature – but they have to show up.

This means attending the 15th conference to the parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15) in Montreal in December, and advocating for strong global nature goals that unite and hold governments and business accountable worldwide to protect and restore the natural world that sustains us.

Sign the petition calling on the federal government to:

Lead on ambitious global goals for nature to halt and reverse biodiversity destruction and achieve a Nature Positive world by 2030 at COP15.

That means championing 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.

Want to understand more about how global goals for nature will help Australia's own endangered plants and animals? Read our 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

May GOD ALMIGHTY protect our beloved planet and the living beings therein.
Bassam 2024-02-26 18:20:38 +1100
Kathleen 2024-02-25 20:05:40 +1100
Every little thing impacts this world
Ava 2024-02-24 10:03:49 +1100
In order to save our precious wildlife we need to save their habitat firstly and foremost. The problem being the inhabital areas for endangered species are also where humans also like to habitate…and the humans will always take over🤔😲😢
Susan 2024-02-23 13:11:39 +1100
for the critters <3
Cas 2024-02-22 23:19:56 +1100
John 2024-02-20 22:26:11 +1100
I would like to live in a future where the world isn’t burning or dying, like what scientists predict. It’s time to take action and protect our wildlife and the environment.
Talia 2024-02-20 21:00:46 +1100
Nyssa 2024-02-17 20:02:58 +1100
Sarah 2024-02-17 12:21:37 +1100
Edward 2024-02-17 11:45:40 +1100
I want australia to keep it’s wildlife. I don’t want our wildlife to constantly be in a threatened state. Why does beauty and nature and natural space have to be sacrificed to nothing more than business.?
Christine 2024-02-16 18:03:41 +1100
I am 13 years old and am very concerned about the threats to migratory shorebirds and I am trying to do my best to help them in my area. I’m asking you to step up and put in strong legislations to protect our threatened shorebirds , before it is to late!!. Thankyou, please reply.
Kind regards
Zephyr 2024-02-14 17:56:41 +1100
Please protect your endangered species like the Eastern Curlew. They are a national treasure and need protection, or they risk extinction.
meredith 2024-02-09 07:27:44 +1100
emily 2024-02-05 19:58:26 +1100
I really the local, state and federal governments can be seriously active in establishing a program to help save the both West Australian Black Cockatoo species.
Allan 2024-02-04 21:42:47 +1100
Bilby are cool
William 2024-02-01 22:01:03 +1100
Ella 2024-01-30 21:19:14 +1100
The environment is
Liv 2024-01-30 20:51:20 +1100
Olivia 2024-01-30 20:17:45 +1100
I am saddened that we ignore diminishing species such as the bogong moth. The world is the looser we we degrade our natural habitats.
Michaela 2024-01-30 19:57:41 +1100
Natasha 2024-01-28 21:18:22 +1100
Cathie 2024-01-28 14:16:07 +1100
Australia does not have a good record for wildlife and habitat protection. The mighty $$ is heard before the call for protections of habitat loss.
Sue 2024-01-28 09:39:44 +1100
Scott 2024-01-27 18:31:18 +1100
Kimberley 2024-01-27 18:26:45 +1100
If it’s not about making $ then it doesn’t really matter huh?
And what takes a person’s mind of the intensity of the world? Our natural environment, in one way or another. I fear for those who’ll only read about the habitat in Australia USED to be like.
Shame. Shame. Shame. Lisa, Frankston.
Lisa 2024-01-27 17:44:42 +1100
The black cockatoo needs to be saved.
Mercedes 2024-01-27 17:35:18 +1100
Vicki 2024-01-22 14:02:27 +1100
It is not to late to take charge and protect the environment.
Addisyn 2024-01-17 11:44:22 +1100
The conservation of nature is a is a stewardship obligation beholden upon every generation. This generation of leaders is bound to honor that obligation in relation to future generations of all people and living things. This is our watch and this is our turf. We are obliged to do what ever is necessary to conserve, protect and rehabilitate nature. If we fail in this endeavor we fail our ancestors, our successors, each other and ourselves. We can have excuses or we can have results, but we can have both.
ben 2024-01-15 14:18:54 +1100