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Small Is Beautiful, And Bountiful, For Victoria's Endangered Grasslands starstarstarstarstar   15th December 2009 - Views: 431 Small Is Beautiful, And Bountiful, For Victoria's Endangered Grasslands Dr Nick Williams from the University of Melbourne’s School of Land and Environment says that even small areas of grassland, such as those included in The Victorian Government’s plan to develop almost 7,000 hectares of native grasslands, are important for conservation.

Nicholas Stern Signs Pledge Urging Native Forest Protection At Copenhagen starstarstarstarstar   14th December 2009 - Views: 416 Nicholas Stern Signs Pledge Urging Native Forest Protection At Copenhagen The inclusion of Sir Nicholas Stern on the Forests Pledge has occurred at a critical time as negotiations at Copenhagen enter the final week and will now involve Ministers from nations attending to agree on a deal to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (the REDD mechanism).

Largest Ever Climate Change Protest Held Across Australia starstarstarstarstar   12th December 2009 - Views: 407 Largest Ever Climate Change Protest Held Across Australia More than 15,000 people marched through Sydney’s CBD for Walk Against Warming, while more than 40,000 people in Melbourne took part to send a message to leaders in Copenhagen that they, their children and the planet cannot wait any longer for strong action on climate change.

Tree Removal At Admiralty House starstarstarstarstar   11th December 2009 - Views: 520 Tree Removal At Admiralty House “The trees were not only an invasive species, but their root systems had caused serious damage to the Admiralty House sea wall and marine barracks forecourt area and required removal,” Mr Brady said.

Brisbanwalk Against Warming starstarstarstarstar   11th December 2009 - Views: 448 Brisbanwalk Against Warming The thousands of Brisbane residents at the event-representing every inhabited continent on the planet-will vote to Seal the Deal. Our vote will be transmitted to Copenhagen.

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