Fisheries Tasmania has reminded the public that there is a bag limit on Huon Aquaculture’s escaped salmon, despite these fish being an introduced and invasive species. Bob Brown
The global media network Al Jazeera has today broadcast a twenty-five-minute story highlighting our campaign to defend takayna rainforest from Chinese state-owned miner MMG’s pro
Huon Aquaculture has confirmed the escape of up to 50,000 salmon into the Huon and Channel, and Bob Brown Foundation is calling on Tassal to confirm their own salmon escape of up t
Suspension of FSC certification for Burnie woodchip mill exposes risks of continued native forest logging.
Pentarch, operator of the Massey-Greene woodchip mill in Burnie, has had its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification suspended after failing a compliance audit by the certif
Today’s winners of Bob Brown Foundation’s 11th annual Environment Awards are recognised for their real achievements for a world in environmental crisis. The awards are presente
Today, peaceful protesters will demonstrate outside Parliament House in nipaluna / Hobart to draw attention to National Threatened Species Day. On this day, 7 September, in 1936, t
Today, hundreds of people took to the water in Long Bay on the Tasman Peninsula to protest against Tassal returning salmon to this beautiful bay. The crowd heard from Dr Bob Brown,