Yesterday’s Environmental Impact Statement for Snowy 2.0 proposes a completely unacceptable level of damage to Kosciusko National Park.
The National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) has expressed complete
dismay at the severe and permanent impacts on Kosciusko National Park signalled
by yesterday’s release of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Snowy
2.0 ‘Main Works’.
Read More “Snowy 2.0 is Environmental Vandalism”
‘Wild Wild Inner West’
The Wild Wild Inner West (WWIW) project aims to engage young adults (18-35 years old), a group which is under-represented in council environmental activities, with the local urban environment.
Read More “Citizen Science projects wrap up”
What’s going on?
There’s a lot of activity happening on the Coffs Coast around the Great Koala National Park! Right now, ads are running in cinemas in both Sawtell and Nambucca highlighting the benefits that the GKNP would bring to the local area in regards sustainable, nature-based tourism and benefits to small business. Local groups, including Nambucca Valley Conservation Association, the Bellingen Environment Centre and NPA’s revitalised Coffs Coast Branch are working hard to develop tourism and outdoor recreation offerings to make sure that a future GKNP will be not only a key conservation tool for koalas, but a world-class tourism destination that will provide a wealth of activities for locals and visitors alike.
Read More “Great Koala National Park Update – March 2019”
Margot Law, NPA Citizen Science Officer
“Who’s living on my land?” is a National Parks Association of NSW citizen science project designed to help regional private landholders discover what species are on their property. NPA was funded by South East Local Land Services (SELLS) to run 20 “Who’s living on my land?” workshops across their region to train 300 private landholders in camera trapping, collaborating with local environmental projects and landcare groups.
Read More “Who’s Living on My Land Report”
Alix Goodwin, CEO National Parks Association of NSW
Sydney Marine Park
On 16 August, the NSW Government released its draft plan to protect the Hawkesbury Shelf marine bioregion through the creation of a new marine park. The marine park, based on the Sydney Harbour National Park model, was to be made up of a network of 25 sites to be managed under three zones: sanctuary zones, new conservation zones and special purpose zones.
Read More “On the campaign trail – Summer 2018”