The Australian Conservation Foundation is committed to inspiring people to achieve a healthy environment for all Australians. For over 40 years they have been a strong voice for the environment, promoting solutions through research, consultation, education and partnerships.
Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) acquires land, and works with other landholders, to establish sanctuaries for the conservation of threatened wildlife and ecosystems. AWC aims to ensure that its sanctuaries act as 'catalysts' for broader landscape scale conservation efforts and works closely with its neighbours to promote conservation beyond the borders of each AWC sanctuary.
Bush Heritage Australia is a national non-profit organisation that protects Australia's unique animals and plants and their habitats. There vision for 2025 is to protect 1% of Australia and in so doing conserve land, water and wildlife of high conservation value.
The peak regional environment group for Far North Queensland - ensuring the unique and special natural heritage of Far North Queensland is protected.
Climate Care is an organisation that reduces global greenhouse gas emissions on behalf of companies and individuals. These reductions are made through a range of projects around the world that not only make real reductions in carbon emissions, but also make a difference to people's lives.
Earthwatch Australia, Land & Water Australia, Melbourne University and the Bureau of Meteorology, in close collaboration with other scientific institutions including CSIRO, Australian herbaria, botanic gardens and museums, have developed ClimateWatch. ClimateWatch allows you to get hands-on in the science of understanding climate change. By observing and recording natural phenomenon you can help the scientific community to understand the effects of climate change on Australia's unique biodiversity.
The gateway for information on the Great Barrier Reef and World Heritage Area.
The South Australian Natural Resources Management ensure the sustainable management of South Australia's land, water, soil, plants and animals to ensure our ongoing social, economic and environmental wellbeing.
Importantly, people are a resources too - our farmers, our landowners and our rural and urban communities. Natural resources management is about striking a balance between caring for our environment and paying heed to the needs of those who make a living from these resources or use them for leisure and recreation.
Protecting Nature. Preserving Life.
Our Manly – Northern Beaches of Sydney Online
Paperless Publisher supporting grass-roots conservation initiatives, local environment protection & sustainable tourism practices.
An independent, nonprofit organisation dedicated to facilitating communication, collaboration and action in response to climate change across all sectors of the north Queensland community, from individuals to business, from community groups to government. The key focus is positive action.
Detailed information about the most popular places to visit amongst the amazing diversity of Queensland's national parks and forests.
The Green Project has been set up to give you and your community the best advice and recommendations on ways to make your home more energy efficient to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions.
TeachLive is an innovative educational tool which places teachers on Earthwatch research projects where they learn current scientific research techniques, learn more about Australia's unique environment and improve their web-based teaching skills by teaching ‘live' back to their classrooms via a dedicated TeachLive website. This allows students to take a virtual expedition with their teachers helping them to engage in science in an Australian context and see their teachers as science role models.
TreeProject is a non-profit community organisation dedicated to revegetating the Victorian landscape with indigenous trees, shrubs and grasses. They work with farmers, landcare groups, park authorities, government authorities and hundreds of volunteers to achieve their goals.
With nearly 70 per cent of Victoria cleared of bush and private land out of reach of government protection, precious remaining ecosystems are increasingly threatened. Trust for Nature work to conserve and enhance the 1,000,000 hectares of unprotected bush left on private land in Victoria.
Everything you need to know about the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area in Far North Queensland.
Non-government community based group dedicated and commited to the conservation and protection of our native wildlife. They work to educate, communicate and advocate in order to help our wildlife and its future.