Latest Conservation News

AIMS Helps Samoa Step Up Coral Reef Monitoring
Better Protection For Victoria’s Cats And Wildlife
Help Keep Kunanyi/Mt Wellington Pristine
Brown Bears Digging Up Artificial Forests
Next Steps On Light Rail To Woden
Study Finds Vulnerability In Pelagic Ecosystems
Work On Cathedral Cove Priority
$50 Million For 50 New Junior Rangers Programs
Inspiring Love Of Nature With Free Educational Walks
Tamara Smith MP urges Planning Minister to call in Wallum development
Critical habitat map a good step – now it’s time to protect it
EOI open: Community Climate Group and Coastal Advisory Groups
Community Invited To Have Their Say On Saving Koalas
Biotechnology Building retrofit saves $670K in annual energy
ACT Labor calls-in environmentally risky development after request from private developer
Update On Growth Areas
Guardian dogs safeguard livelihoods and biodiversity
PolyU launches Research Centre for Electric Vehicles advancing smart electric vehicle research to achieve carbon neutrality goals
New Sustainable Tourism Standards For WA Parks
Tennant Creek’s new Muru-warinyi Ankkul Ranger hub a welcome upgrade for working, training
New World-class Enclosure For Cleland’s Koalas
2024 Dr Rex Stubbs History Symposium Success
Antarctica provides at least $276 billion a year in economic benefits to the world, new research finds
Fee waiver to support tourism operators in WA’s national parks
Woodside Still Ignoring Community And Climate Science
Prescribed Hazard Reduction Burn In Chapman
Conservationists shocked at theft of predator traps at Okura Bush
Do Not Feed Or Interact With Crocodiles
Lend Hand At Local Site This Clean Up Australia Day
ID Manchester – Renold building to become new innovation hub
The biggest picture: scientists call for cosmic perspective on biodiveristy
National collaboration to save Australia’s invisible, endangered forest of giant kelp using AI
Mice surprise: researchers discover new native mammal species
We discovered two new Australian native mammals – the first of their kind this century
Scholarship Boosts Biodiversity Tech Potential
Eavesdropping on endangered pink cockatoos with AI and bioacoustics
Citizen scientists hop to it with rabbit virus tracking project
Environmental Grants Connect To Country
Grants to conserve and showcase Queensland’s heritage-listed sites
Construction underway on significant upgrades to the Monaro Highway
Sunny Skies, New Methods: Tara Iti Thrives, NZ’s Rarest Bird
Murderous mice attack and kill nesting albatrosses on Midway Atoll − scientists struggle to stop this gruesome new behavior
Step up and unite for Clean Up Australia Day 2024
Cleaning up Canning River
Invasive weed could be turned into a viable economic crop
Applications open for Local Heritage Assistance Fund
Complaints from public rise as boats, jetskis get too close to ocean animals
St Leonards foreshore beautification project official opening