Conservation groups welcome Coalition’s $8 million commitment to Great Eastern Ranges conservation projects The NSW National Parks Association (NPA) and the NSW Nature Conservation Council (NCC) have welcomed today’s announcement that a Coalition Government would invest $8 million in new conservation projects along the Great Eastern Ranges corridor.
Read more: Conservation groups welcome Coalition’s $8 million commitment to Great Eastern Ranges conservation...
Conservation groups have welcomed the NSW Coalition’s commitment to spend $100 million over five years on threatened species conservation, but doubt the package is adequate to stop the next wave of extinctions predicted for NSW.
Read more: Threatened species funding is welcome, but Coalition must also defend our land clearing laws
The National Parks Association of NSW has warmly welcomed the State Governments long awaited decision to permanently protect The Drip, an iconic sandstone formation near Mudgee by adding it to the Goulburn River National Park.
Read more: The Drip Gorge added to the Goulburn River National Park by the State Government.
The National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) welcomes Labor’s ambitious plan for environmental protection, (Labor’s Plan For Our Environment, Tuesday 17th March 2015).
Read more: Holistic plan for environment a welcome change
The National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) has welcomed plans by the NSW Green Party to end native forest logging in state forests and instead use them for conservation and recreation to benefit both the environment and nature-based tourism.
Read more: Ambitious plans for state forests a win-win for the economy and environment
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