Protecting Wilderness and National Parks

The Colong Bulletin

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In this issue:

  • Shoalwater Wilderness Saved 
  • 40 Years campaigning 
  • NCC Annual Conference 2008 
  • Australia's outback wilderness 
  • Support wilderness and stop the loss  
  • Bring on a Wilderness Resurgence 
  • 4 degrees 
  • Green is Good 
  • Greenland melt 
  • J G Mosley Honoured 
  • Our not so proud record 
  • Tourism versus nature
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In this issue:

  • Catchment Protection Code Red 
  • Parks not just "tourism assets" 
  • Wilderness Nominations... Sandon & Wooli River  
  • Only you can protect national parks... Letter writing appeal 
  • The Passes of Narrow Neck 
  • More Plans for a Newnes Expressway 
  • Climate Change... The Defining Moment
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In this issue:

  • Cape York Vision 2020 
  • Beecroft battlelines  
  • CASSE, a non economic growth movement 
  • New study indicates ecological change 
  • energy scramble threatens NSW 
  • Volunteer Support 
  • Selling out National parks 
  • The Siberian Timebomb
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In this issue:

  • Washpool milestone  
  • A word from the Chair...  
  • Alex Retires as Colong Director 
  • Working with Alex  
  • And Geoff Mosley writes... 
  • Bleak prospects for National heritage protection 
  • Apathy - A Time for Action  
  • Dorothy Butler 1911- 2008
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In this issue:

  • The battle for Deua 
  • Meeting Dates
  • 2008 AGM  
  • Introducing the Colong foundation's Draft Policy on Wilderness and fire 
  • Petition calls for "In Danger" listing  
  • 2007 Donors  
  • Net zero immigration  
  • The Truth About Wilderness Protection - Making Context Count 
  • Black Diamond Raiders 
  • It's Time 
  • New Survey - The Native fauna and Pest Species of Greater Southern Sydney 
  • Why We Need Wilderness 
  • Stand made for last Rock Wallabies on the Shoalhaven 
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In this issue:

  • Mining to spread across the Woronora Plateau 
  • Colong Bulletin to have new format 
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Fire management gone berserk? 
  • Kossie, a long paddock no more 
  • Colong supports new policy on Aboriginal interests and nature 
  • Capertee helicopter joyflights 
  • Finding the wilderness in Tantawangalo's forests
  • Vale Vince Serventy AM 
  • Dingos control feral animals 
  • Snow job on cloud seeding
  • Book Review: The Ways of the Bushwalker 
  • NCC Annual Conference 
  • Development overrides conservation 
  • Selling off crown lands 
  • Appropriate philanthropy 
  • Trees going cheap 
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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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