Environment groups reject inquiry report into charitable status

04 May 16

Key Australian environment groups today called on the Federal Environment Minister, Mr Greg Hunt, to reject recommendations of a report of an inquiry into the charitable status of environment groups.

Landmark climate change case begins in Federal Court today

03 May 16

The Australian Conservation Foundation’s challenge to Environment Minister Greg Hunt’s approval of Adani’s Carmichael coal mine begins in the Federal Court today.

Turnbull’s first Budget continues the environmental neglect of his predecessor

03 May 16

In his first budget, Malcolm Turnbull has chosen the interests of big polluters over those of the community, the Australian Conservation Foundation said.

Carpe diem! Government moves to control notorious fish

01 May 16

The Australian Conservation Foundation has welcomed the announcement by ministers Barnaby Joyce and Christopher Pyne of funding to prepare for the release of a carp-specific herpes virus in the Murray-Darling Basin to control the notorious feral fish.

Forum of prominent Australians to prepare roadmap for a clean energy transition

29 April 16

National radioactive waste search: one site, limited vision

29 April 16

Federal Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg’s decision to short-list a single site in SA’s Flinders Ranges as a possible home for Australia’s radioactive waste is disturbingly familiar to past failed federal approaches, the Australian Conservation Foundation said.

Abbott/Turnbull government’s environmental record ‘more bad than good’

28 April 16

As this term of government draws to a close ACF has examined the Abbott/Turnbull government’s environmental record and found much more bad than good.

Coal or coral? Greens plan puts choice in focus

28 April 16

The Greens’ 7-point clean energy plan puts in focus the clear choice Australia faces between coal and the Great Barrier Reef, the Australian Conservation Foundation said.