08 March 17

Our land abounds in nature’s gifts – but not for long, if our leaders fail to protect them

Funding for conservation has been in dramatic decline since 2013 and now only amounts to 5c in every 100 dollars of taxpayer expenditure.

07 March 17

All is not as it should be: Fukushima

A radio documentary about the ongoing human and environmental impact of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

07 March 17

State of Environment shows need to increase funding for Australia’s wildlife, reefs, rivers and forests

Big polluters, mining companies and land clearers continue to greedily grab nature’s gifts – our forests, rivers, air and seas – and exploit them for profit.

06 March 17

Days away from a state election, light years away from responsibility

Serious concerns about radioactive waste contanimation of groundwater.

03 March 17

Independent Review into the Future Security of the National Electricity Market

Submission to the Independent Review into the Future Security of the National Electricity Market

03 March 17

ACF in court challenging federal government’s ‘drug dealer’s defence’ on Adani coal

“It is shameful that a national government in the second decade of the 21st century would shirk responsibility for the impact its decisions have on the global climate and on places we love, like the Great Barrier Reef”

01 March 17

Come on a journey into Olkola Country

Walk the land with the Olkola People. Learn how they are managing their country and how this fits into the bigger picture of restoring land to Traditional Owners and conservation on Cape York. Search for the endangered Golden Shouldered Parrot. Share a yarn over tea and damper by the campfire, and sleep under a billion stars.

01 March 17

Australia's climate pollution levels rising, Turnbull and Frydenberg failing

New data shows the federal government's climate policies are simply not working.