Greens bushwalking club: join now!

Greens bushwalking club: join now!

As part of our campaigning to protect wild places (and as a respite from campaigning!) we plan regular bushwalks around NSW with Greens members and supporters. Where possible we have local environmental or Aboriginal heritage experts with us, and we’ll often go...
Environmental breaches lead to call for halt to Tarkeeth logging

Environmental breaches lead to call for halt to Tarkeeth logging

Serious concerns about Forestry Corporations logging practices and potential environmental breaches should deliver a stop-work order and intervention from the Environmental Protection Agency. Though some of the logged forest is plantation, Forestry Corporation’s...
Greens MP David Shoebridge joins protest to protect the Tarkeeth

Greens MP David Shoebridge joins protest to protect the Tarkeeth

There is a growing call for Bellingen’s beautiful Tarkeeth State Forest to be protected from Forestry Corporation, with Greens MP, Justice and Forestry Spokesperson David Shoebridge joining out the front of Parliament with environmental activists protesting today....
It’s unanimous – time for NSW to protect privacy

It’s unanimous – time for NSW to protect privacy

The right to privacy needs statutory protection, and NSW should act to deliver this reform as a priority, according to a unanimous Parliamentary report delivered today into remedies for serious breaches of privacy. Whether it is protecting citizens from the damage...
Crucial South East Forests protected after years of campaigning

Crucial South East Forests protected after years of campaigning

In a significant win for forests, and as a direct result of years of campaigning by forest protectors, 12,000 hectares of South Coast Forests in Murrah, Mumballa and Tanja State Forests are to be declared Flora reserves today. The conservation of these forests means...
The weakest link in Parliamentary accountability

The weakest link in Parliamentary accountability

Questions on notice and questions on the floor of Parliament are an important accountability measure for the Government, yet it seems increasingly that Ministers are not taking them seriously, and even actively avoiding providing information. Where information is...
8 long years of logging

8 long years of logging

Aerial shots of Glenbog State Forest tracked through GoogleMaps show the extent of the devastation from NSW Forestry Corporation’s native forest logging. Glenbog provides important habitat for many animals, including a large number of bare nosed wombats. In 2014 it...
Protecting our forests for the future

Protecting our forests for the future

Logging in the state forests has cost NSW more than $43 million over the past three years – money that would be better spent promoting tourism in the regions. Each hectare felled costs NSW taxpayers $495, with the losses in 2013-14 alone reaching almost $12...
Environmental vandalism lands Forestry Corporation a $15,000 fine

Environmental vandalism lands Forestry Corporation a $15,000 fine

Forestry Corporation has been issued a $15,000 fine from the NSW Environment Protection Agency as a result of its environmentally destructive clear-felling of Tuckers Nob State Forest on the State’s mid-north coast. The fine, while significant, is far from equal to...
Sawmill owners ‘forced’ to destroy Pilliga forest in NSW

Sawmill owners ‘forced’ to destroy Pilliga forest in NSW

After years of appalling environmental damage by Forestry Corporation, sawmillers from the Pilliga have joined with the Greens in calling for a buyout of Forestry Corporation’s unsustainable and environmentally destructive wood supply agreements. As reported by the...
Greens speak up for koalas

Greens speak up for koalas

With a decision imminent on Bellingen Council’s Koala Plan of Management, the Greens are calling for all primary koala habitat identified in the Bellingen Council Koala Habitat Study to be protected. Bellingen Council undertook to introduce a Koala Plan of Management...
Animals in the Wild 2015

Animals in the Wild 2015

We are excited to announce that the Animals in the Wild photographic competition is relaunching for 2015, with entries opening on 5 May 2015. The competition is part of our campaign against recreational hunting, and in particular the photographic hunting competition...