Koala Report Release must be a Gamechanger for More Habitat Protection or Koalas on Track for Extinction
The Report from the NSW Upper House Inquiry into the State’s Koala Populations and their Habitat, released today after a year-long Inquiry, must be a gamechanger for the government to protect more koala habitat if they don’t want to see the koala become extinct before 2050, said Committee Chair and Greens MP...
Protect Koalas, Water, Sacred Sites, Farms. Cancel Shenhua Watermark.
Shenhua’s failure to apply for a mining licence for the fourth time means that it’s time for the Minister for Resources John Barilaro to put the whole project out of its misery and cancel the company’s mining lease for good, says Cate Faehrmann Greens MP and spokesperson for the environment...
After Ditching Old Growth Remapping, Government Must Protect all Native Forests
The NSW Government has made the right choice to back away from its disastrous plan to remap old growth forests in order to open them up for logging, but they must go further and declare a moratorium on native forests logging while post-fire threatened species assessments are still underway, says...
Audit Office’s Damning Review into Sydney Water’s Poor Conservation Record Needs Urgent Inquiry
A damning Audit Office’s report released today into Sydney Water’s performance in water conservation requires urgent intervention by the NSW Premier including an inquiry into the performance of Sydney Water and its systemic failures to ensure a sustainable water supply for Sydney, says Cate Faehrmann, Greens MP and spokesperson on water.
Desal Plant delay means Government must fast track Water Recycling: Greens
The government’s announcement that the desalination plant expansion at Kurnell is delayed should be used as an opportunity to urgently boost Sydney’s water recycling and stormwater harvesting, says Cate Faehrmann Greens MP and spokesperson for Water.
Now is the time to save the Powerhouse and $1.5 billion
With the resignation of the NSW Arts Minister now is the time for the Premier to step up and scrap his $1.5 billion Powerhouse mistake.
NSW needs an Arts Minister and Carriageworks a Rescue Package. Now.
With news of Carriageworks slipping into voluntary administration overnight, the Premier needs to scrap the Powerhouse Museum relocation and save this iconic space, the largest contemporary multi-arts centre in the country, and immediately appoint an Arts Minister who will stand up for the state’s decimated arts sector.