Protecting Wilderness and National Parks

The Colong Bulletin

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In this issue:

  • Dunphy Wilderness Areas: Protected At Last 
  • General Meetings 
  • 2010 Colong Donors 
  • Curracabundi Wilderness recommended for protection 
  • Battle lines drawn over proposed open cut coal mine in the Gardens of Stone 
  • Spotlight on our National Environment Law
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In this issue:

  • Reviving the World Heritage Vision 
  • General Meetings 
  • Colong Foundation Strategic Intent 2010-2013 
  • Visitors Map for Gardens of Stone - Out NOw! 
  • Stop Press 
  • Mountain Biking in National Parks  
  • Curracabundi Wilderness 
  • New book on the Steady State Economy 
  • Wilderness and the 2011 State Election 
  • Tassie Forest Peace Plan shows the way 
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In this issue:

  • Captertee - Our 800th National Park 
  • Replacing Endless Economic Growth with a Viable Alternative...The Steady State 
  • Logging Endangered Ecological Communities 
  • Wild Blue Mountains 
  • Action needed to Protect the Dunphy Wilderness Areas 
  • Global Biodiversity Outlook 
  • Don't burn native forests for electricity  
  • Alpine Wilderness freed from Grazing impediment
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In this issue:

  • Tourist Development Bill becomes Law 
  • Red Gums Saved from Logging 
  • General Meetings 
  • Financial Report 
  • Logging devastates last koala colony 
  • Mining impact report launched 
  • Colong Report Provokes Local Anger
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In this issue:

  • Keneally Caves In On River Red Gum National Parks 
  • Japanese buyers could halt old-growth logging  
  • Garrett Sells Out Labor's National Park Credentials 
  • Board vacancies 
  • Don't Sell Our Parks to Cut Your Deficit 
  • Mining the Bulli Coal Seam 
  • Nullarbor Wilderness Success! 
  • Thanks to our loyal donors 
  • The first national park
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In this issue:

  • River Red Gum National Park 
  • Shooters' Megacomplex Thrown Out Of Court 
  • End Of Shooters' Party Push 
  • Saving The Antarctic Wilderness 
  • The Gardens Of Stone Campaign Gathers Pace 
  • Growing Opposition To Development In National Parks  
  • Wilderness And Conservation Priorities 
  • The State Plan Review, A Blueprint For More Blunders 
  • Climate Change, Biodiversity Conservation, And The Role Of Protected Areas  
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In this issue:

  • Last Chance for River Red Gum 
  • Hilda makes a new friend 
  • General Meetings 
  • Wood-fired power plants are not green 
  • Yengo vegetation Survey 
  • The Golden Gumtree Postal Run 
  • Helensburgh - urban sprawl flashpoint
  • Coalition defends National Parks
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In this issue:

  • Alex 100… his Colong Life  
  • Atmospheric Brown Clouds 
  • Tourism Bill - Ominous Cloud Over Parks 
  • Progress on wilderness protection 
  • Global warming Acidifying Oceans 
  • Seeing the Gardens 
  • Monitoring Cliff Falls? 
  • Rejection of new hunting laws could mark a political watershed
  • Carbon Smoke and Mirrors 
  • 'Vision'... What is that? 
  • Car rallies before conservation 
  • Understanding the Scenery 
  • Morton national Park and the Coast: nowra to Batemans Bay
  • Straight shooting
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In this issue:

  • RTA keeps rolling on 
  • Wilderness giving 
  • Colong donors 
  • Carbon Polluters reward Scheme? 
  • General Meetings 
  • Gardens of Stone undermined 
  • Sandstone plateaus, upland swamps and catchment integrity
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In this issue:

  • The RTA's billion dollar by-pass
  • EditorialL
  • Financial meltdown
  • Review of Federal Environmental Laws
  • Discovering Mt Yengo
  • Private development of National Parks - a losing strategy
  • Kakadudded
  • Retrospective Wilderness Posters by Henry Gold 
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