Do the right thing GBRMPA – stop Abbot Point dumping
WWF-Australia and AMCS today called on the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority to stop World ...
Abbot Point decision “damaging & short-sighted”
The Federal Government’s decision to allow three million cubic metres of sediment and rock to be ...
Sustainable future out of sight for bigeye tuna in the Western Pacific
Cairns, Australia: WWF is disappointed that the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission ...
Solomon Islands Government takes a lead on shark conservation
SUVA, FIJI: The Government of the Solomon Islands has taken a significant step forward to address ...
Sugar deal needed for Reef
A plan released today by the Queensland Government and Canegrowers was a missed opportunity to ...
WWF calls for an end to overfishing in the Western and Central Pacific
Cairns, Australia: As the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) begins today in ...
Turtle toolkit to give Reef critters the best of care
A new toolkit to help respond to turtle strandings will be developed by WWF, the Sea Turtle ...
Australian Government underwhelms in Warsaw, time to be more constructive
The Warsaw climate summit has ended with a commitment to intensify negotiations next year on a new ...
Provide certainty for Australia’s Future, support ETS
In response to the Carbon Tax Repeal Bills passing the House of representatives on Thursday 21 ...
Gladstone dump ban a good signal for Reef’s future
Today’s news that Australian Environment Minister Greg Hunt has reportedly banned Reef dumping off ...
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