Media releases


12 November 2018


NSW Transmission Infrastructure Strategy good for climate and prices

The NSW Transmission Infrastructure Strategy unveiled today by NSW Energy Minister Don Harwin is a welcome commitment to enabling a more rapid development of the state’s renewable energy potential.

Climate and energy

31 October 2018


Community campaign saves Cliefden Caves

The scrapping by the NSW government of the Cranky Dam proposal in the state’s central west is a victory for community environmental campaigning and for common sense.

Forests and wildlifeRivers and wetlands

31 October 2018


$55 million Emerging Energy Program a tentative step

The NSW Government’s $55 million Emerging Energy Program is a tentative first step towards transitioning the state’s economy to clean energy but it lacks ambition and still lags other states, according to the Nature Conservation Council.

Climate and energy


30 October 2018


On climate, civil organisations lead where governments fear to tread

Environment groups and unions are stepping in to provide the leadership on climate change and energy sector transition that state and federal Coalition government are failing to provide.

Air pollutionClimate and energy

30 October 2018


Climate and energy policies could decide fate of Deputy Premier Barilaro

What parties and independents offer in terms of climate policy may determine who wins the marginal seat of Monaro at the March state election, new polling shows.

Climate and energy

29 October 2018


2018 NSW Environment Awards

The best environmental campaigners and campaigns in the state have been recognised at the 2018 NSW Environment Awards in Sydney.


24 October 2018


Snowy Hydro Funds should be driving NSW’s clean-energy transformation

The Berejiklian government has squandered a once on a lifetime opportunity to make a massive investment in renewable energy by diverting funds from the sale of Snowy Hydro to an array of other infrastructure projects.

Climate and energy

22 October 2018


Berejiklian must defend our River Red Gum National Park

Gladys Berejiklian must act swiftly to defeat a private members bill to downgrade the 41,000-hectare Murray Valley National Park (aka River Red Gums National Park) to a state forest and open it for logging when it is tabled in parliament.

Forests and wildlifeRivers and wetlands

18 October 2018


Berejiklian lets Nationals dictate Coalition environment policy once again

Revelations the Berejiklian government dumped plans to add 75,00 hectares to the national parks estate show once again her willingness to give in to National Party demands.

Forests and wildlife


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