Albanese rides roughshod over Tasmanian Community
“Marinus Link a lemon of a project. It’s the next iteration of debt ridden bankrupt Basslink. Marinus is not about addressing the climate, it’s a political project for big in
Krill should be front and centre of new Antarctic research
Today’s announcement of a new Antarctic research centre focusing on emerging climate threats is very welcome. With the research being focused on East Antarctica and the Southern
Tasmanian rainforest protest showcased in world photography prize
Bob Brown Foundation congratulates Calumn Hockey who has been highly commended in one of the world’s most prestigious wildlife photography competitions for a photo of our takayna
BBF tells Supreme court Guy Barnett should be cross-examined.
Former Tasmanian Minister for Resources Guy Barnett should be cross-examined over his decision to grant Chinese state-owned mining giant MMG a second mining lease in takyana / Tark
Albanese’s Minister for Fisheries meets Tassal but no Tassie groups.
The Albanese government‘s Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Murray Watt, is in Tasmania for two days to meet the Tasmanian salmon farm industry but not community
Tanya Plibersek’s plan to end extinctions in Australia needs testing
Bob Brown Foundation says that Tanya Plibersek’s plan to end extinctions in Australia needs testing with a set of targets between now and Christmas to show if this plan is accomp
Rockliff Government must not open TWWHA and National Parks to recreational deer hunters.
The Rockliff Government’s ‘Implementation Plan for the Management of Fallow Deer’, released today, confirms yet again that hunters and shooters are more important to the
BBF to continue defending Tasmania’s forests and wildlife.
“People everywhere have a right to peaceful protest” – Tanya Plibersek. Bob Brown Foundation will continue to peacefully defend Tasmania’s native forests, waterways and
Original native forest, old growth and koala habitat to be cleared for plantations in NSW
Bob Brown Foundation is warning of the imminent destruction of remnant native forest habitat within Tuckers Nob plantations 22-25 and 28, and the contamination of certified timber
NSW GOVERMENT BACKS DANGEROUS LOGGING OF NATIVE FORESTS
Ten conservation groups have condemned the NSW Government’s appalling statement endorsing ongoing native forest logging before debate is due in parliament. In a dangerous move fo