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We live in a truly special country, but weak environment laws and government inaction have made Australia a world leader in extinction and deforestation. Extinction, however, is a choice. We need strong new environment laws so that the places we love can be protected.
Walk in nature to end Australia’s extinction crisis
Celebrate World Wildlife Day by taking part in our Nature Walk Challenge. From 3-13 March, join thousands of Australians walking to protect endangered animals and the places they call home. Be a part of the movement today.
Queensland's spectacular Channel Country forms part of the Kati-Thanda-Lake Eyre Basin catchment. Worryingly, its culturally significant and biodiverse-rich landscape is under threat from fossil fuel exploration.
Get a fair say
Governments and corporations come and go—but nature, the climate, and you and your community live with their decisions for generations. Find out why communities aren't getting a fair say in environmental decisions.
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Since 2016, Wilderness Society has been fighting to stop developer Wild Drake from building huts and helipad facilities in remote Lake Malbena. It’s been a long battle through the courts, made possible by our passionate community of nature lovers. But now your help is urgently needed to protect Lake Malbena and Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area for future generations.
Let's end deforestation
Australia’s deforestation crisis is devastating wildlife and harming the climate. Shockingly, the latest Queensland government figures for the year 2018-19 shows that 668,208 hectares of forest and bushland was bulldozed in just one year. It's time to stop the destruction.
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