Protecting Wilderness and National Parks

The Colong Bulletin

In this issue:

  • The Wilderness Act turns 20 
  • Kevin Rudd's Mistake 
  • RIP - Kakadu Wilderness Area (1986-2007)
  • Letting down the marshes
  • Taxing Greenhouse Emissions Boosts Economy
  • Meeting Dates 
  • NOTICE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
  • Rivers of Recovery 
  • Back from the Brink
  • Privatisation of National Park tourism facilities 
  • Threat Alert
  • The Southern Wilderness Project
  • Bring back the dingo
  • Securing World Heritage Listing For Antarctica 
  • NCC Draft Aboriginal Policy
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In this issue:

  • Connect to protect 
  • Can wilderness survive climate change?
  • Vale: Charles Culberg, Anna Dybka
  • Crisis? What Crisis?
  • Positive negotiation outcome for Emirates Resort 
  • Book Review: Sustainability 
  • Wilderness on Cape York Peninsula
  • Greenhouse emissions subsidised 
  • Meeting dates 
  • Bushfire in a Heating World
  • New plan removes Kakadu's Wilderness protection
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In this issue:

  • Emirates Resort 
  • The Leaking Catchment 
  • Colong's new chairperson
  • 20 years of Wilderness Act
  • Blue Mtns Sewage Strategy 
  • Grazing, blazing and science 
  • Two new wilderness areas
  • The Murray must flow 
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Where have all the native animals gone 
  • Grose Valley Fire Forum 
  • Remembering Louise Mecallef
  • No need to assess sewage impacts says Sartor 
  • Bring back the dingoes 
  • Book Review: Habitat Fragmentation and Landscape Change
  • The Helicopter Menace  
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In this issue:

  • Environmental performance of Political Parties in NSW
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Lessons from the Grose Valley Fire
  • The Cause of the Symptoms
  • Aboriginal Co-management Strategy of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area 
  • Book Review: BURN 
  • A Gorilla of a Sea Rise 
  • Evidence mounts against longwall mining in catchments
  • Goobarragandra Wilderness, a haven for horses, pigs and pines?  
  • It can be done 
  • Categories review poses threat to wilderness 
  • The Emirates' smoke and mirrors accountability 
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In this issue:

  • A trip down memory lane
  • Independent Inquiry is needed into the Grose Valley Fire 
  • Environment Minister Bob Debus moves on 
  • Political thunderings against wilderness 
  • Book review: Terania Creek, Rainforest Wars 
  • Heritage Denied 
  • World Heritage Land Grab 
  • Damage to drinking water catchments exposed 
  • Celebration of two wilderness gifts 
  • NCC Annual Conference
  • The State Plan
  • Plans of management could be sidelined 
  • The Blue Mountains Feral Horse Control Plan 
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In this issue:

  • Fifth National Wilderness Conference 
  • Budget Surplus Boosted 
  • Wilderness Management in the NSW Outback 
  • Wilderness (Poem) 
  • Botanical/Ecological Significance of Newnes Plateau 
  • Friends of the Hacking River
  • Celebrating Wilderness 
  • Upper Blue Mountains Sewerage 
  • The Marshes Drying Up 
  • Position Vacant
  • Donors 
  • Far South Coast Escarpment Parks
  • Our New Office 
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In this issue:

  • Alex Colley enrolled in the Allen Strom Hall of Fame 
  • New hope for the River Redgums
  • Freedom from Information 
  • Henry Gold, OAM 
  • Extraordinary General Meeting 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Guy Fawkes Wilderness faces a volatile future 
  • Celebrating Wilderness, 5th National Wilderness Conference 
  • Randwick Association's World Environment Day Donation
  • Finding Common Ground
  • National Parks in the Western Division 
  • Fire Strategy for Kanagra Boyd Wilderness 
  • The case against integrated logging for woodchips
  • There is sand in other places 
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In this issue:

  • Government fails critical World Heritage Test 
  • Colong Foundation Moving
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Australia is Drying Up 
  • Don't Eat Your Pet 
  • Book Review: Crimes Against Nature by Robert Kennedy
  • Kakadu No Longer a Park 
  • High Fire Grazing...A Furphy?
  • An Unresponsive Lithgow Council Rejects Gardens of Stone Stage Two 
  • Sale of Snowy Hydro Corporation means an end to environmental flows 
  • RALLY to stop woodchipping of our southeast native forests
  • Antarctica is NOT for sale 
  • Celebrating Wilderness, National Wilderness Conference 2006 
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In this issue:

  • New Kakadu Plan reveals serious defects with leaseback parks 
  • Wilderness bushwalking illegal in Commonwealth National Parks 
  • Exhibition of Henry Gold Photographs 
  • Gift creates a Wilderness Legacy 
  • Meeting dates 
  • Annual General Meeting
  • Global Warming 
  • Don't Criticise the Government 
  • Threats to Namadgi Wilderness 
  • NGOs Count 
  • Conservation Hunting or Hunting for Preferences 
  • New Parks Announced 
  • Penny Figgis AO
  • Shooters' resort to replace Blue Mountains reserve
  • Rainforest in Crisis
  • The Purpose of Parks 
  • The Superstupid Bells Expressway proposal get dumped again 
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In this issue:

  • Gardens of Stone Park Proposal Stage 2 
  • Launch of GOS Stage 2 
  • Saving wilderness depends on voluntary funding
  • IUCN global mammal assessment 
  • Habitat before agriculture 
  • Action towards wilderness protection in Australia 
  • Lands Dept ignores environmental responsibility 
  • Port Hinchinbrook development axed
  • No cattle in the alps
  • Meeting Dates
  • Capertee heliport rejected 
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