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  • EcoNetwork responds to proposed DPI trial of modified crab catching gear in Port Stephens

    SUMMARY This submission is in response to the Department of Primary Industries’ consultation process for a proposed trial of modified crab catching gear in Port Stephens announced on 18 December 2014 and detailed in the associated consultation paper on the DPI website: http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/539180/Discussion-paper-crab-traps-final.pdf. Please record in your analysis of the public consultation data that approximately 2000 members and affiliates of EcoNetwork-Port Stephens and 15,000 signatories of the Change.org petition to ban witches hat crab nets in NSW ...

    Posted at January 30, 2015 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Port Stephens forum addresses ‘betrayal of public trust’

    A public community forum has called for an open, corruption free planning system for NSW and Port Stephens. The NSW Better Planning Network, EcoNetwork-Port Stephens and the Tomaree Ratepayers and Residents Association convened the forum, held at the Tomaree Community Centre on 12 November. In a motion “Addressing betrayal of public trust”, the packed forum called for: - An open, accessible, transparent, accountable and corruption-free planning system for NSW and Port Stephens. - The community at large, including community ...

    Posted at November 27, 2014 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Objection to marina extension

    Yet again, EcoNetwork – Port Stephens Inc. strongly objects to DA 16-2012-57-1, which proposes a 58-berth extension to the existing marina at Soldiers Point.

    Posted at February 20, 2014 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Strong objection to Soldiers Point marina extension

    Submission to Mr Leonard Allen, Port Stephens Council 21 March 2014 Re: Development Application 16-2012-57-1 Dear Mr Allen: EcoNetwork - Port Stephens Inc. strongly objects to DA 16-2012-57-1 which proposes a 58 berth extension to the existing marina at Soldiers Point. This submission is provided to: 1) correct some of the incorrect information in our previous submission dated 17 February 2014, 2) clarify our position on the likely significant threat to the local population of critically endangered beach stone curlews ...

    Posted at February 20, 2014 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Changing rules and regulations for recreational fishing in NSW

    As the custodian of marine biodiversity in NSW the Government should remove the irresponsible political amnesty on recreational fishing in Marine Park sanctuary zones. See Dr Bruce Pease's submission in Position Papers.  

    Posted at September 5, 2013 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Assault on our native flora, fauna and their natural habitats

    The Government should use the review of critical environmental protection legislation to strengthen, not weaken, our threatened species and native vegetation laws. See Dr Bruce Pease's report in

    Posted at July 7, 2013 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • The benefits of affiliation

    What EcoNetwork can bring to your organisation and your community. Affiliation with EcoNetwork brings with it a wider identification and acknowledgement of your local group, its concerns and issues needing to be addressed and supported ...

    Posted at May 30, 2013 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Dredging and reclamation in the Port Stephens Estuary

    EcoNetwork advocates that a precautionary approach to dredging within the Port Stephens Estuary must be adopted by all management agencies. At the General Meeting held Friday 22 March 2013 EcoNetwork members decided that the principles on which the approach be based are: Applications/approvals must be preceded by comprehensive Environmental Impact Assessment/Statements and cost benefit analyses to assess all potential environmental benefits versus adverse impacts of artificial sediment transport ...

    Posted at March 24, 2013 | By : | Categories : Estuary management,Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
  • Twenty years of environmental advocacy

    EcoNetwork-Port Stephens is celebrating its 20th anniversary (1993-2013) with a review of functions, modus operandi and progress. “We acknowledge the vital role of affiliates and members – particularly the original 12 affiliated bodies that made the network possible in 1992-93,” says acting coordinator Darrell Dawson. “The work of EcoNetwork’s affiliated groups from 1993 to the present has been exemplary,” he says. “The groups have been corner-stone of the network in providing the broad community foundation on which the ...

    Posted at February 19, 2013 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Coastal development and its impacts on mangroves

    By Hugh James, Environmental Science and Management student, Newcastle University Mangroves are referred to as the regulation and breeding hub of the marine ecosystem. Coastal development threatens fish and invertebrate breeding grounds where 75-90% of global fisheries species engage within vital mangrove structures during their life cycles. Human activities are threatening the existence of mangroves The Australian population has a love affair with the coast; some 85% of all Australians live within 50kms of the coastline. ...

    Posted at October 7, 2012 | By : | Categories : Estuary management,Latest News,Position papers | 0 Comment
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