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In an Australian-first, WWF-Australia and Phillip Island Nature Parks launched a ...
23 Dec 2015
Australia’s Environment Minister has approved 1 million cubic metres of dredging ...
22 Dec 2015
The Australian Government today released a prospectus, seeking sponsorship for c ...
16 Dec 2015
New partnership launches today in Mackay for Great Barrier Reef turtles
The first report from the Great Barrief Reef Science Taskforce has vindicated co ...
15 Dec 2015
Crown of thorns starfish outbreak on the Great Barrier Reef is likely be the wor ...
11 Dec 2015
Proposed changes would remove a key check and balance in government decision mak ...
18 Nov 2015
New laws banning the sea dumping of industrial dredge spoil have passed in the Q ...
12 Nov 2015
Queensland Government is sticking to the promise they made to the World Heritage ...
4 Nov 2015
Hobart meeting takes small but important step towards establishing Antarctic mar ...
30 Oct 2015
WWF-Australia's President receives Lifetime of Conservation Award
28 Oct 2015
The Queensland Government has lodged the final Environmental Impact Statement fo ...
27 Oct 2015
New partnership to set higher standards for sustainability in the Southern Ocean ...
26 Oct 2015
Good news for the regions species
25 Oct 2015
Seabirds, seals and overfished species like eastern gemfish will be better prote ...
22 Oct 2015
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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.