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Sustainable Forest Management Regime Up For Review starstarstarstarstar   19th October 2010 - Views: 477 With the five yearly review of Australia's sustainable forest management standards about to commence, the opportunity to help ensure Australia's forest management remains at the forefront of sustainability is open to every interested organisation and stakeholder.

Live Export Funding Announcement An Insult To Rural Workers starstarstarstarstar   15th October 2010 - Views: 466 Paul Crane, general manager of WA based meat processor V&V Walsh said, “I’m shocked and disappointed that the Government’s response to concerns about the live export trade is to throw more money and support into meat processing facilities overseas in a market like Saudi Arabia.”

Environmental Impacts Will Still Occur Under New Coal Seam Gas Legislation starstarstarstarstar   15th October 2010 - Views: 416 Environmental Impacts Will Still Occur Under New Coal Seam Gas Legislation “Extracting unlimited volumes of groundwater is clearly unsustainable and no amount of management measures will be able to successfully manage the impacts that are likely to occur,” said Mr Parratt.

Basin Plan Sets Out A Sustainable Future starstarstarstarstar   8th October 2010 - Views: 449 Basin Plan Sets Out A Sustainable Future Data from the Murray-Darling Basin Authority shows that water extraction from the Basin’s rivers has increased by 500 per cent in less than a century.

China Talks Chance To Build Foundations For Climate Deal: Oxfam starstarstarstarstar   4th October 2010 - Views: 438 Tianjin, China Governments from around the world, including Australia, must design an effective fund that will help the world's poor adapt to climate change, international aid agency Oxfam said today as the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) conference begins in Tianjin, China.

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