Tasmania’s Forests – A Climate Solution

A recent report found that native forest logging is the highest greenhouse gas emitting sector in Tasmania. However, writes Dr Jennifer Sanger, protecting native forests would draw carbon dioxide down from the atmosphere and store it long-term, in turn offering a real climate solution.


Keep It Wild

A new website called will shine a spotlight on the numerous luxury accommodation developments being proposed within national parks across the country.


What Wilderness Means

To protect wilderness, you first have to know what wilderness is. But pinning down the concept to create a workable definition can prove surprisingly difficult. In this must-read piece, wilderness researchers Martin Hawes and Grant Dixon explain the theory, and offer a robust solution.


Running For the Pilliga

To raise awareness for the plight of the spectacular Pilliga forest, under threat from Santos’s disastrous plans to mine coal seam gas, the Wilderness Society has partnered with For Wild Places to launch the Pilliga Ultra.


Act to save the environment

Australia’s horrendous Environment Condition Score of 0.8 out of 10 underscores the urgent need for public to take advantage of their once-in-a-decade opportunity to comment on the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act.


The Battle for the Franklin

The greatest environmental battle in Australian history was also its greatest act of civil disobedience. But the story of saving the Franklin runs far longer, and involves far more people, than its best remembered element, the blockade.

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