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Conservation Council AGM report

The Conservation Council Annual General Meeting was held 6:00pm 13 November 2018 at the Conservation Council office. The meeting confirmed the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting held 9 November 2017 and heard reports from the President Rod Griffiths on behalf of the Board...
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Conservation Council AGM report
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Join us for Walk the Border – Light

2017 Walks Program for Walk the Border - Light It’s on again but it’s LIGHT. One year on Walk the Border ACT is back. To celebrate the first anniversary of the successful completion of the Conservation Council’s 2017 21 day fundraising walk around the 306...
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Join us for Walk the Border – Light
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Spring Mingle Wrap-Up

Friday 26 October saw the Conservation Council's annual Spring Mingle and presentation of the ACT Environment Awards. We would like to extend a very big thank you to everyone who came to this celebration - what a fantastic night! We are extremely lucky to have...
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Spring Mingle Wrap-Up
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2018 ACT Environment Award winners

Friday October 26 2018 saw our annual ACT Environment Awards at the Conservation Council Spring Mingle, which acknowledged the significant contributions of exceptional members of the community towards sustainability and the environment in the ACT. The diversity of our groups and activists working to protect...
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2018 ACT Environment Award winners
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The biomass delusion

Forest biomass - trees, woodchips, thinnings, forest 'litter' and other materials - should not be used for energy production given its impacts on forests and on climate change. The Conservation Council ACT Region has joined with other groups through the Australian Forest Climate Alliance in...
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The biomass delusion
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Loss of mature native trees recognised as threatening process

In the environment, as in many matters, if we recognise a problem then we might then be able to deal with it. Over some years the Conservation Council and member groups have been working to have the loss of mature native trees recognised as a key...
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Some changes to our constitution

The Conservation Council Board has been looking at our Constitution to ensure it remains in line with changes under consideration by the Federal Government in particular. While we will have to await developments there we have looked at tidying up some matters in the meantime....
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Some changes to our constitution
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Nominations are still open for 2018 Conservation Council Environment Awards

The Conservation Council ACT is proud to announce that nominations are open for the 2018 Environment Awards. If you have made a significant contribution to looking after our environment we strongly encourage you to apply now. In addition, if you know someone or a group...
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Nominations are still open for 2018 Conservation Council Environment Awards
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ACT agrees zero emissions by 2045

ACT has set a new zero net emissions target by 2045. We are the first Australian state to upgrade its target from 2050 with tri-partisan support. Contrast this with Federal Government policy paralysis on climate change. Plaudits go to the ACT Legislative Assembly. And congratulations...
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ACT agrees zero emissions by 2045
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Senate Select Committee on Electric Vehicles

The Australian Senate has established a Select Committee on electric vehicles and is calling for written submissions by 10 August 2018 and it will report on or before 17 October 2018. This might be an opportunity to ask that all public transport be electrified (why does ACT insist on...
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Senate Select Committee on Electric Vehicles
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The Conservation Council Annual General Meeting was held 6:00pm 13 November 2018 at the Conservation Council office. The meeting confirmed the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting held 9 ...continue reading
2017 Walks Program for Walk the Border – Light It’s on again but it’s LIGHT. One year on Walk the Border ACT is back. To celebrate the first anniversary of ...continue reading
October 29, 2018

Spring Mingle Wrap-Up

Friday 26 October saw the Conservation Council’s annual Spring Mingle and presentation of the ACT Environment Awards. We would like to extend a very big thank you to everyone who ...continue reading
Friday October 26 2018 saw our annual ACT Environment Awards at the Conservation Council Spring Mingle, which acknowledged the significant contributions of exceptional members of the community towards sustainability and ...continue reading
In the environment, as in many matters, if we recognise a problem then we might then be able to deal with it. Over some years the Conservation Council and member groups ...continue reading
The Conservation Council Board has been looking at our Constitution to ensure it remains in line with changes under consideration by the Federal Government in particular. While we will have ...continue reading
October 23, 2018

The biomass delusion

Forest biomass – trees, woodchips, thinnings, forest ‘litter’ and other materials – should not be used for energy production given its impacts on forests and on climate change. The Conservation ...continue reading
The Conservation Council ACT is proud to announce that nominations are open for the 2018 Environment Awards. If you have made a significant contribution to looking after our environment we ...continue reading