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Federal Government submission to the World Heritage Committee misleading on legal protection for threatened species
The Australian Government’s proposal to UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee to reduce the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area (TWWHA) is misleading, missing key information and should be withdrawn, according to the Australian Network of Environmental Defender’s Offices (ANEDO).
13 March 2014Read more
The Australian Network of Environmental Defender’s Offices (ANEDO) will today lodge a Freedom of Information (FOI) request with the Federal Attorney General and his department for any written representations from the mining industry in relation to the sudden cancelling of all Federal funding of the nine-office national network.
25 February 2014Read more
The Federal Court today dismissed challenges to the approvals, by the former Federal Environment Minister, of two coal mines in north western NSW which will clear critically endangered forests containing endangered plant and animal species.
20 December 2013Read more
Shock funding cuts threaten to shut down legal services for local communities to protect the environment, state and territory Environmental Defender’s Offices (EDOs) warned today.
17 December 2013Read more
Knowing what’s happening in your neighbourhood and having your say on new government policies and decisions affecting the environment will be only a few clicks away with a new website developed by the environmental law centre EDO NSW.
3 December 2013Read more
The Land and Environment Court today overturned a previous decision refusing a coal mine expansion in Sydney’s drinking water catchment.
2 December 2013Read more
EDO NSW was named as a finalist in the World Environment Day Awards 2013.
7 June 2013Read more