Nature laws that work

Nature laws that work

Australia’s nature is unique in the world. Our natural environment provides us with clean air, water and food—it’s where we create incredible experiences with family and friends.

But Australia is a world leader in environmental destruction. Our extraordinary forests, wildlife and environment are disappearing before our eyes—and once they’re gone they’re gone.

Big corporations are exploiting loopholes in weak and ineffective environment laws, and our political leaders are currently too scared to act.  

Together, we can make them. They need to hear from everyday Australians that enough is enough—it’s time to stand ...

Australia’s nature is unique in the world. Our natural environment provides us with clean air, water and food—it’s where we create incredible experiences with family and friends.

But Australia is a world leader in environmental destruction. Our extraordinary forests, wildlife and environment are disappearing before our eyes—and once they’re gone they’re gone.

Big corporations are exploiting loopholes in weak and ineffective environment laws, and our political leaders are currently too scared to act.  

Together, we can make them. They need to hear from everyday Australians that enough is enough—it’s time to stand up for the life that supports us. Australia needs a national plan to protect our environment, backed by strong laws that work and an independent environment body to enforce the laws at arm’s length from politicians.

 

 

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  • Australia is in the top ten in the world for extinctions and deforestation.

  • Australia is #2 in the world for biodiversity loss

  • Since 2014, well over a million hectares of old growth forest has been bulldozed in Queensland alone, killing one native animal per second.

  • We’re the first country in the world to send an animal extinct through climate change

  • The Government has spent six years seeking to silence those who speak up for nature and restricting public access to decision making and information.

  • There’s no plan in place to save five out of eight of our most critically endangered species