Media Releases

 
Latest Media Releases from all campaigns
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Media Releases

Baird government on verge of environmental insanity?
Thursday, 11 September 2014

Moves by senior ministers in the Baird government to open up rare native bush to broadscale land clearing and cripple powers to stop illegal clearing were described as 'insane' today.


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Marine polluting plastics in the firing line with NSW action
Thursday, 28 August 2014

Environment groups campaigning to protect the health of the marine environment and the food chain today welcomed the action by NSW Environment Minister, Rob Stokes to nationally ban plastic micro-beads.


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Green Electricity Guide ranks electricity companies, empowers consumers to switch
Monday, 18 August 2014

A new, independent online Green Electricity Guide, produced by Greenpeace Australia and the Total Environment Centre, provides a state by state ranking of electricity retailers against seven criteria, creating a tool consumers can use to switch to more environmentally friendly power companies.


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Low solar prices could hasten energy market death spiral
Tuesday, 05 August 2014

New data from the Total Environment Centre (TEC) reveals that there is little effective competition in the market for the energy exported from rooftop solar systems. TEC argues that this strategy could backfire on retailers and hasten the energy market death spiral.


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Nationals must not politicise death of Glendon Turner
Friday, 01 August 2014

The National Party should stop politicising the tragic death of environment and heritage officer Glendon Turner in the state's northwest on Tuesday, Total Environment Centre said today.


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Land clearing law and environment protection on the chopping block
Thursday, 29 May 2014

Conservationists have slammed today's proposal by the Shooters and Fishers Party to tear the heart out of state land clearing laws as environmentally irresponsible and out of touch with community values.


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