ALCA submission on the exposure draft of South Australia’s Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Act

ALCA supports the transition to renewable energy as important action on climate change. However, the transition must be undertaken with nature - not instead of nature - and developments must avoid areas of importance for biodiversity areas protected for long-term conservation.
ALCA submission on South Australia’s exposure draft of the Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Act
ALCA supports the transition to renewable energy as important action on climate change. However, the transition must be undertaken with nature – not instead of nature – and developments must avoid areas of importance for biodiversity and areas protected for conservation.

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