The variety of life, the communities they form, and habitats in which they live make up the fabric of life—biodiversity.
To Which We Belong is a documentary that highlights farmers and ranchers leavingbehind conventional practices that are no longer profitable or sustainable.With quiet courage, they are improving the health of our soil and sea to save their livelihoods — and our planet....
IUCB World Conservation Congress
Agrees to expand universal access to green spaces and enhance urban biodiversity in 100 cities, representing around 100 million citizens by 2025
Supports the ‘Great Blue Wall Initiative’, the first regionally connected network for a regenerative blue economy to benefit 70 million people, and conserve and restore marine biodiversity
France commits to achieve 30% of protected areas nationally by 2022, and 5% of its Mediterranean maritime area under strong protection by 2027
Since the year 2000, more than 7.7 million hectares of threatened species habitat have been destroyed
When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.
‘There is hope. After the bushfire devastation, Australians want to see their nation rebuilt in a way that treasures and protects our unique wildlife.’
World Wildlife Fund Report 2021
Documenting all Australia’s remaining species will create $3.7bn-$28.9bn worth of social and economic benefits
Australia is home to an estimated half a million species with 70% yet to be been discovered a vital addition to our understanding of biodiversity and life on earth.
Could this Aussie Ark success story be the first step to bringing them back? A group of Tasmanian devil joeys have been born in a 'wild sanctuary' in Barrington Tops, just north of Sydney. But is it a good idea to rewild them on the mainland? See the ABC story...
See below the ABC #FourCorners in-depth expose⎖ of Tasmania's ever-expanding salmon farms. And Channel 7 News morning breakfast interview with Booker prize-winning author Richard Flanagan who slams the Tasmanian salmon industry in his book,...
ENVIRONMENTAL CARBON CREDITS TO W.A. CATTLE STATION April 2021: Bulga Downs station WA reached a major milestone this month when it received its first carbon credits and related payments from the Commonwealth Emission Reduction Fund (ERF). This follows a two-year...