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Prime Minister must reject anti-democratic attack on environment charities

4 May 2016

 

Environment Victoria today called on the Prime Minister to reject the Inquiry Report into the Register of Environment Organisations.

A House of Representatives Inquiry into environment groups’ tax-deductibility failed to find any evidence of breaches of the rules by charities, so instead attempts to silence environment groups by imposing limits on advocacy and tying charities up in red tape.

Environment Victoria CEO Mark Wakeham said today:

“This inquiry was anti-democratic and unfair in its targeting of environmental charities. It is an attempt to shut down community voices on environmental issues.
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Turnbull’s first Budget fails to reverse Coalition attacks on environment​

4 May 2016

 

The change of Prime Minister from Tony Abbott to Malcolm Turnbull has failed to deliver any noticeable improvement in environmental policy,...

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Environment Victoria welcomes ALP plan to cut pollution and clean up Australia’s energy supply

 
27 April 2016

Australia’s alternative government has today released a comprehensive outline for tackling global...

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State Budget delivers for river health and Latrobe Valley transition planning, now greater ambition required on key environmental strategies 

27 April 2016

 

Today’s State Budget delivers a boost for the state’s rivers and signals...

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No more delays to Murray-Darling Basin Plan

Thursday 21 April 2016

A coalition of eighteen environment, Indigenous and community groups has called on State and Commonwealth governments to rule out delaying or weakening environmental...

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Andrews Government delivers in response to Hazelwood mine fire inquiry

 
15 April 2016

Environment Victoria has today strongly welcomed the Andrews Government’s response to the Hazelwood Mine Fire Inquiry....

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Sweeping recommendations set pathway to improve mine rehabilitation in the Latrobe Valley

 
14 April 2016

Environment Victoria has today welcomed the Hazelwood Mine Fire Inquiry’s report on mine...

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New draft nature plan a good start

 
21 March 2016

Environment Victoria has welcomed a renewed focus on nature protection by the Andrews Government on the release of its draft blueprint ...

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