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Morrison government spends $50 million saving koalas while taking away their homes

Image: Zoos Victoria Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley is reportedly poised to decide whether some koala populations should be listed as endangered, as new research shows her...

Grattan on Saturday: Morrison’s boys are frontline players in the ‘childish’ factional games he condemn

Image: Bianca De Marchi/AAP Scott Morrison’s language was sharp, bordering on bullying. Asked on Wednesday about the preselection shambles in the NSW Liberal Party, his...

To fix Australia’s environment laws, wildlife experts call for these 4 changes — all are crucial

 Picture: Shuttlestock The independent review of Australia’s main environment law, released last week, provided a sobering but accurate appraisal of a dire situation. The review was led by...

Environment Minister Sussan Ley faces a critical test: will she let a mine destroy koala breeding grounds?

Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas In the next few weeks, federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley will decide whether to approve a New South Wales quarry expansion...

These Aussie teens have launched a landmark climate case against the government. Win or lose, it’ll make a difference

Five of the eight young plaintiffs. From left:Ava Princi, Izzy Raj-Seppings, Ambrose Hayes, Veronica Hester, Laura Kirwan. Equity Generation Lawyers Last Tuesday, eight...

Environment Minister Sussan Ley is in a tearing hurry to embrace nature law reform – and that’s a worry

Graeme Samuel, left and Environment Minister Sussan Ley. Lukas Coch/AAP The Morrison government on Monday released a long-awaited interim review into Australia’s federal environment law. The...