Media releases

 

10 January 219

 

Fish killed by poor river management

The NSW and federal governments must accept responsibility for their role in the catastrophic fish kills on the Darling River in western NSW this month.

Rivers and wetlands

20 December, 2018

 

Morrison Government must stop obstructing critical action in climate

The federal government would have supported NSW Energy Minister Don Harwin’s attempt to put climate change back on the COAG agenda if it was serious about fighting climate change and lowering power prices.

Climate and energy

19 December, 2018

 

Less talk, more action required to get NSW to zero emissions by 2050

After almost eight years of inaction, the NSW Coalition Government still wants someone else to develop a plan to help NSW reach its net-zero emissions target by 2050.

Climate and energy

 
 
 
 
 

19 December, 2018

 

NSW Climate Change Fund spending on emissions reduction slashed 72% in one year

The latest NSW Climate Change Fund Annual Report shows the Berejiklian government has slashed spending on policies and programs that directly reduce carbon emissions by 72%.

Climate and energy

4 December 2018

 

NSW Government fails on energy transformation - pollution at record levels

The NSW Government has misrepresented the state’s achievements on clean energy by failing to disclose our electricity emissions are rising, according to the Nature Conservation Council of NSW.

Climate and energy

13 December 2018

 

Taxpayers must not be forced to underwrite coal-fire power

The Morrison government must not burden taxpayers with the cost of underwriting new or expanded coal-burning power generation.

Climate and energy

 
 
 
 
 

28 November 2018

 

Coogee residents frustrated by government inaction on coal and climate - survey

Locals from #Repower Coogee and the #Time2Choose campaign will today deliver the results of a community survey to Coogee MP Bruce Notley-Smith and sing a coal-themed Xmas carol.

Climate and energy

27 November 2018

 

North Coast residents want strong laws to end deforestation, new polling shows

More than 70% of people in the state electorates of Tweed, Lismore and Ballina support stronger laws to end deforestation, new polling commissioned by the NSW Nature Conservation Council and the Wilderness Society shows.

Forests and wildlife

23 November 2018

 

Repower Monaro brings together community for renewables

Repower Monaro hosted an inspiring evening to a packed-out audience at the Tigers Club on Wednesday 21 November with climate expert speakers Prof Andrew Blakers, Dr John Hewson, former Liberal Party leader, and Repower Monaro volunteer Jenny Goldie.

Air pollutionClimate and energyCoal and gas

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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