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WWF-Australia is saddened to hear that James Fairfax has passed away.
12 Jan 2017
An analysis by WWF-Australia shows tree-clearing continues to plague Great Barri ...
21 Dec 2016
Billie Jean has a nose for poo and that could be great news for Australia’s thre ...
15 Dec 2016
Jacobs Report: Investing in the Great Barrier Reef as economic infrastructure
14 Dec 2016
WWF believes in a fair go for workers, including those working for contract fund ...
9 Dec 2016
WWF-Australia today expressed concern over media reports that could mean the fed ...
5 Dec 2016
WWF-Australia says Australia’s progress report to UNESCO “is not accurate” when ...
2 Dec 2016
WWF-Australia has come to the aid of one of Victoria’s most endangered species - ...
29 Nov 2016
A new analysis finds that Australia has failed on a promise to control tree-clea ...
24 Nov 2016
Coral spawning at Lizard Island this year has been reduced by coral bleaching.
21 Nov 2016
How do we feed 9 billion people on a planet that is using up 1.5 planets worth o ...
Surprise announcement that Queensland’s saucer scallop stocks have crashed to ju ...
18 Nov 2016
WWF-Australia today welcomed the reinstatement of laws to stop exclusive access ...
10 Nov 2016
This sends a positive signal to the world
31 Oct 2016
Tasmania’s salmon farmers need to come together to ensure the highest possible i ...
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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.