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  • Face-to-face with Marine Parks panel

    EcoNetwork President Dr Bruce Pease reports that he attended a workshop associated with the Independent Scientific Audit of Marine Parks in NSW at Parliament House in Sydney on 1 December. The workshop sought the response of conservation groups to the submissions and documentation compiled by the Audit with respect to the management of marine parks in New South Wales. Assoc. Prof. Bob Beeton (Chair), Prof. Colin Buxton, Prof. Peter Fairweather, Assoc. Prof. Emma Johnston, Dr. Roberta Ryan, ...

    Posted at December 4, 2011 | By : | Categories : Latest News,Marine Parks | 0 Comment
  • Whales entertain cruise group

    The EcoNetwork-Port Stephens fund raiser cruise on board Imagine on 30 October was a resounding success, with rain holding off long enough for passengers to enjoy the antics of two whales and a calf cavorting just offshore along with a school of curious dolphins. We were all enthralled, as these photos show.                        

    Posted at November 4, 2011 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Local community wins battle over gold mining in Karuah catchment

    Media release 26.10.2011: Perth-based Gold of Ophir has this week surrendered to community pressure and abandoned its plans to explore for gold in the Monkerai Valley in the Upper Hunter. This is a rare win in the increasingly heated battle in NSW between expanding mining and preserving precious water and farmland. In May this year, Perth-based mining company Gold of Ophir Pty Ltd applied for 15 licenses to explore for gold covering over 4000 square kilometres ...

    Posted at October 27, 2011 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Why coal is not so cheap

    New research has found that coal is not only America's costliest source of electricity, but that it is doing the economy more harm than good – and that's not counting its climate impact. See Giles Parkinson's report in Climate Spectator.

    Posted at October 4, 2011 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
  • Port Stephens Medal to Darrell Dawson

    Darrell Dawson, founder of EcoNetwork was awarded the 2011 Port Stephens Medal at the annual Community Awards held at Port Stephens Council on 9 September. It was a fitting tribute to ...

    Posted at October 1, 2011 | By : | Categories : Latest News | 0 Comment
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