Dugongs and Turtles
Helping to save Australia’s Dugongs and Turtles by fund raising and sharing information.
Lock the Gate Alliance
On 6 November 2010 representatives from over 40 community, professional and environmental groups facing down the challenges of unchecked mining for coal and gas from across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia convened in Broke, NSW.
The forum highlighted the commonality of experiences from across Australia where the coal mining industry is relentlessly expanding and the emergence of unconventional gas mining (including coal seam gas, shale gas and underground coal gasification) has torn apart lives, communities and the environment all with the complicit support of our governments.
The Northern Rivers Guardians
The Northern Rivers Guardians:
- lobby and work for appropriate development in the Northern Rivers of NSW.
- lobby and work against inappropriate development.
- emphasise that appropriate development requires being sensitive to environmental needs.
- acknowledge that all development must account for community priorities and needs.
- support economic growth that complements the local area.
Capricorn Conservation Council
Capricorn Conservation Council is the principal not-for-profit environment organisation in Central Queensland. CCC was founded in 1973 and has been actively campaigning on regional environmental issues ever since. CCC is a community based conservation group with a membership of people concerned about environmental issues.
Gladstone Fishing Research Fund.
Gladstone fishing research fund is appealing to the public and industry to donate money. Goods and or in kind to pay for the independent testing of water quality and fish species health.
The disease effecting the marine life in the Gladstone harbour region has not been identified.
Please support our efforts to find out what is wrong with our harbour.
GetUp! – Save our Great Barrier Reef
Millions of cubic metres of sea floor are being dredged up from the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area to make way for massive new coal seam gas export facilities. It’s the largest dredging project ever undertaken in Australia, and one that has the United Nations’ Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) so alarmed they’re warning the Reef could lose its iconic world heritage status.