Saving Australian endangered species – a policy gap and political opportunityThe ConversationTim Flannery, in his Quarterly Essay After the Future, is right to deplore the sudden abrogation of responsibility for threatened species by state and...
High extinction rates and loss of biodiversity is a critical conservation matter. Twenty-two Australian mammal species have become extinct in the last 200 years. Of the 95 mammal species under the EPBC Act, 51 have recovery plans and 15 of these have captive components. Zoo-based programs as part of a recovery plan can ‘buy’ time for critically endangered species.
Sky News Australia Sea Shepherd loses WA court injunction Sky News Australia Sea Shepherd has failed to secure a court injunction to force the suspension of the West Australian government's shark culling program, with its lawyer saying the 'heart'...
The Guardian Western Australia's shark cull will hit breeding stock of great whites The Guardian Even though the great white is classed as vulnerable on the IUCN red list of endangered species, the goal of the cull is to seek out all potential...
Australian endangered species: Leatherback Turtle Phys.Org In an extreme case of prolonged egg harvest and poor management of turtle bycatch, the number of nesting females at Terengganu, Malaysia declined from over 3,000 in 1968 to just two in 1993.
Australia has 96 critically endangered animal species, listed below. Over the coming months, we will be publishing a profile of each of them, looking at the threats to their survival, what’s being done to protect them, and what more needs to be done.
“Critically endangered” is the highest threat level that can be assigned to a wild species (lower levels are “endangered” and “vulnerable”). These species are either facing an extremely high risk of extinction, or have numbers which decreased (or will) by 80% within three generations. Some of these species may already be extinct.
Opposition environment spokesman claims new role will ensure effective strategy to save endangered Australian species The Coalition has promised to appoint a threatened species commissioner should it prevail at the election, in a bid to reverse...
The Independent Australian Prime Minister says forests should not be 'locked up' from loggers The Independent "There is no economic future for Australia in trashing our precious native forests and national parks.
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