ALCA media release: Global agreement at COP15
After four years of drawn-out development and now a marathon three weeks of detailed and occasionally tense negotiations, a global biodiversity agenda has finally been adopted at the COP15 summit in Montreal.
ALCA media release: Global Nature Positive Summit a welcome opportunity for Australian conservation
Minister for Environment Tanya Plibersek’s announcement that Australia will host a Global Nature Positive Summit has been welcomed by the private land conservation sector.
ALCA media release: Animals disappearing from Qld’s Wet Tropics much faster than previously forecast
In the forests of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area of Far North Queensland (FNQ), one of Australia’s unique animals, the Lemuroid Ringtail Possum, is disappearing so quickly that it has jumped from being a species of Least Concern to being classified as Critically Endangered.
ALCA media release: on the government response to the Samuel Review
The release of a Commonwealth response to the Independent Review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 sets a positive tone but leaves much of the detail on future reform yet to be determined.
ALCA 2021 – 22 Annual Report: Building and growing our impact
The Annual Report paints a clear picture of the impact that we are delivering for our members, the private land conservation sector, the community and for nature.
ALCA media release: Response to the 2022-23 October Budget
Despite the direct and majority contribution of our natural environment to Australia’s social, economic and cultural prosperity, protecting, managing and restoring our deteriorating environment continues to be structurally underfunded.