Dr Bruce Pease

  • 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
  • Long-term action is needed to protect pipi populations

    EcoNetwork-Port Stephens has called on the New South Wales Government to adopt more rigorous policies to protect pipi populations, which are in serious decline on the Australian east coast. President Dr Bruce Pease sent the following letter on 5 March 2012 to the Hon. Katrina Hodgkinson MP, Minister for Primary Industry: SUMMARY As you have stated publicly, the pipi population is in decline on the whole east coast of Australia, some say to an alarming degree, indicating significant ...

    Posted at March 8, 2012 | By : | Categories : Papers & submissions | 0 Comment
  • 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
  • EcoNetwork – Port Stephens Inc. submission to the Independent Scientific Audit of Marine Parks in NSW

    By Dr Bruce Pease 1.    Review the domestic and international commitments to conserving marine biodiversity, current actions for meeting these commitments and the effectiveness of these actions Econetwork Port Stephens Inc. is a sustainability and conservation based network of environmentally concerned citizen groups. While our primary focus is on community and environmental issues in the Port Stephens region, we try to think globally while acting locally. Therefore, we are addressing this state-wide review of marine parks with ...

    Posted at October 2, 2011 | By : | Categories : Marine Parks,Papers & submissions | 0 Comment