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 Conservation Conversations event hosted by Sydney Region Branch of NPA.
We have invited a panel of experts to share their understanding and experience of our oceans, bushland and Sydney national parks. We would be delighted to have you joins us for these talks and follow on drinks, nibbles and discussion. Bring along your friends, connect with old friends and make new friends as we learn from the experts and each other.
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 on nectar, fruit and seeds (birds, possums, gliders, bats) due to the failure of many trees and shrubs to flower; tree death and now bushfire,’ she said. ‘Bats are even feeding in the daytime and birds species turning up in areas they’re rarely seen in.
The National Parks Association of NSW today released a comprehensive research paper which demonstrates that the Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro storage project does not stack up on either environmental or financial grounds and its benefits are overstated.
Yesterday’s Environmental Impact Statement for Snowy 2.0 proposes a completely unacceptable level of damage to Kosciusko National Park.
The National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) has expressed complete
dismay at the severe and permanent impacts on Kosciusko National Park signalled
by yesterday’s release of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Snowy
2.0 ‘Main Works’.