Have Your Say and Strengthen our Federal Environment Laws
Against the backdrop of unprecedented bushfire devastation, the federal environment law, the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) is currently undergoing its 20 year statutory review. This provides a critical opportunity to develop stronger laws to tackle the current extinction crisis and ensure science prevails over politics. If we have learned anything from this bushfire season it is that we can no longer take nature for granted
We need your help to let the reviewer, Professor Graeme Samuel, know that you want stronger laws to address Australia’s extinction crisis that are capable of dealing with the challenges our wildlife will continue to face in our changing climate.
There is space at the bottom of the letter for you to add your own perspective.