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WWF-Australia submission on House of Representatives inquiry into register of environmental organisations, May 2015
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Listen to the River: Lessons from a global review of environmental flow success stories looks at how governments across the globe have taken significant steps in the past decade towards ensuring healthier rivers.
18 Sep 2017
Tree-clearing: the hidden crisis of animal welfare in Queensland
6 Sep 2017
Due to the destruction of their natural habitat by humans, numbers of this gentle bamboo-loving animal plunged as low as 1,200 in the late 1980s, Find out more about giant pandas.
31 Aug 2017
Human activity has in recent years led to the loss of large sections of Reef and raised serious questions about the strength of its biodiversity and its long-term future.
The Reef is under extreme stress. With back-to-back incidences of mass coral bleaching – a destructive phenomenon where underwater heatwaves caused by global warming drain corals of their colour and lead to massive declines in coverage. Find out what WWF is doing to protect the Reef.
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Koala numbers are plummeting due to weakened tree-clearing laws in Queensland.
The black-flanked rock-wallaby is threatened by fox and feral cat predation, habitat destruction, and competition for food and shelter.