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In 2003, leading zoologists estimated the numbers of Australian animals losing habitat to, and killed by, tree-clearing in Queensland in the late 1990s. In this update, we apply the same methods employed in the 2003 report to clearing data for 2013-15. We estimate that about 34 million vertebrates are losing their habitats to bulldozers every year and presumed killed, including 0.9 million mammals, 2.6 million birds and 30.6 million reptiles.
23 Nov 2017
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A new analysis by WWF-Australia shows that runaway bulldozing of forests has killed more than 5 thousand koalas in Queensland in just four years.
22 Nov 2017
WWF has identified eight priority actions which will conserve the Queensland environment by reducing the environmental pressures identified in the State of the
13 Oct 2017
Tree-clearing: the hidden crisis of animal welfare in Queensland
6 Sep 2017
Peat restoration in Central Kalimantan
7 Aug 2017
Sustainable forest management in West Kalimantan
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Koala numbers are plummeting due to weakened tree-clearing laws in Queensland.
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