EcoNetwork’s media releases are listed below. For those issued by our affiliate groups, please contact them directly.
EcoNetwork Port Stephens held its inaugural Sustainable Futures Festival last Sunday 11 September. Over 1000 people attended and enjoyed the first sunny day in weeks! Read more
Find out where to see the finalists of the aRRRRRt awards. The inaugural aRRRRRt Awards, a special collaboration between EcoNetwork Port Stephens and Artisan Collective Port Stephens, celebrates EcoNetwork’s Sustainable Futures Festival. Read more
On Saturday 4 June, the eve of World Environment Day, over 120 guests gathered at EcoNetwork Port Stephen’s Gala Dinner, to launch the Sustainable Futures Festival. Read more
Gala Dinner to launch the Sustainable Futures Festival – Media Release 12 May 2022 EcoNetwork Port Stephens invites you to the launch of the inaugural Sustainable Futures Festival at a … Read more
EcoNetwork Port Stephens has welcomed – with reservations – the Australian government’s decision to upgrade the conservation status of koalas from vulnerable to endangered in NSW, the ACT and Queensland.
‘The real test is whether government and local councils are prepared to refuse development applications that threaten to destroy koala habitat and corridors, ‘ said EcoNetwork president Iain Watt. Read more
Could the tide be changing, at last? Can the koala survive? The Federal Government’s Environment Minister, Sussan Ley, has finally released today the news that the conservation listing for koalas … Read more
Koala Koalition EcoNetwork Port Stephens (KKEPS) was formed last year, its primary goal being to protect and grow the koala population in Port Stephens with one strategy being to identify … Read more
Property developers, Ingenia, are seeking Council’s approval to change the previously approved ‘Boardwalk’ development. This plan would make it impossible for koalas to move across Tomaree Peninsula from east to west by creating a concrete jungle across this already narrow wildlife corridor. Help us stop the bulldozers! Read more
Koala Koalition welcomes further scientific review of Kings Hill ‘new town’ at Raymond Terrace. Click here. Read more