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Murray Wilcox tribute
EDO NSW is feeling the loss of the former Chair of our Board, who was instrumental in establishing the network of EDOs. Jess Feehely of EDO Tasmania pays tribute to Justice Wilcox AO QC.
Jess Feehely writes: EDOs of Australia was saddened by the news that Hon Murray Wilcox AO QC, who was instrumental in establishing the network of EDOs and advancing environmental governance across the country, passed away last week.Read more
A meeting of the Independent Planning Commission (IPC) on the proposed greenfield Bylong coal mine heard from expert witnesses on behalf of EDO NSW client, the Bylong Valley Protection Alliance (BVPA).Read more
EDO NSW has assisted Greenpeace Australia Pacific in obtaining documents under Freedom of Information laws which reveal the potential dangers involved in drilling for oil in the wild seas off the South Australian coast.
Law student Felicity Brown recently did her Aurora internship at EDO NSW. Felicity is currently in her fourth year of a Bachelor Law/ Bachelor of International Relations/ Diploma of Languages (French) at the Australian National University in Canberra. Here she writes about her interning experience.Read more
The NSW Government wrapped up major changes to logging on public land in late 2018 and now turns its attention to private native forestry. Read our quick update and submission to the review.
After a long process of seeking information regarding the Newcastle V8 Supercars event, the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal Appeal Panel has agreed to release the information to EDO NSW clients Newcastle East Residents Group (NERG).Read more
Rachel Walmsley, Policy and Law Reform Director, will be one of a panel of environmental experts discussing the plight of koalas and what can be done for them on Thursday 15 November in Sydney.Read more
Next to climate change, plastics arguably represent the greatest environmental threat facing the planet today. In response, EDO NSW has worked with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and with EDO ACT to produce a guide for policymakers and legislative drafters on regulating plastics in Pacific Island countries.Read more