After a difficult term with the previous state government, which consistently attacked the environment, we now have a state government promising to lead on the environment and climate change. That is in no small part due to the committed efforts of our supporters and volunteers, who have been working hard to elevate the status of the environment as an issue in key areas across the state.
This financial year we’ve achieved a lot. We stopped coal allocations (again), saved and expanded energy efficiency programs, got livestock out of our rivers and secured commitments to develop a nation-leading climate change and renewable energy agenda. Check out the long list of wins on page five of the Annual Report 2014-15 below, and thanks for your support in making this progress possible.
Read the Annual Report below or download the Annual Report 2014-15 here