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WWF-Australia and BirdLife Australia have urged Federal Environment Minister Jos ...
24 Feb 2017
Researchers have rediscovered one of Australia’s rarest marsupials – the norther ...
16 Feb 2017
There is simply no room for partisan politics when the reliability, affordabilit ...
13 Feb 2017
Green turtles at Great Barrier Reef's Upstart Bay have among the highest blood l ...
12 Feb 2017
A concerned citizen has provided WWF with photographs including a turtle hatchli ...
8 Feb 2017
NASA and the U.S National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) declared ...
18 Jan 2017
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
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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.