The case for Snowy 2.0 simply doesn’t stack up on environmental or economic grounds and its claimed benefits are overstated. There are better alternatives, ones that avoid catastrophic impacts on Kosciusko National Park.
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National Parks Association of NSW has a proud conservation history. Over the past 60 years we have been involved in the establishment of many of the national parks and protected areas in NSW today.
Connecting people with nature is one of the most effective means of changing people’s perception and enthusiasm for the environment. Our citizen science and community engagement initiatives provide a chance for people to get involved directly in conservation.
Sydney Region Branch: Conservation Conversations You are invited to connect with NPA members and friends in a stimulating evening of conservation talks that celebrate our natural world and inspire new ways to experience our country. This will be the second…
National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) has expressed deep concern over the devastating impacts of the recent bushfires. The protection of life, property and a healthy environment are priorities shared by our members.
Dunbogan Bushcare coordinator and NPA member Sue Baker is appealing to residents across the North Coast to help our wildlife through the drought. ‘Everything from insects to large mammals is being affected. Doing it really tough are species that feed…