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NT Nature Laws Now - Campaign Launch

Over the last two years ECNT has been able to deepen our impact and expand our influence like never before. Our team has grown and with it, our ability to fight even harder for a future where the Territory’s nature thrives. We couldn’t have achieved this without you!

To say thank you for your much valued support, we have organised a special night just for donors and supporters of ECNT. We would love for you to come and join us for the exciting launch of our next major campaign: NT Nature Laws Now.

Thursday 27 April, George Brown Botanic Gardens Event Centre. 5:30pm for 6:00pm start. Snacks provided and kids always welcome. 

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We believe that the Northern Territory is at a fork in the road like never before in its history.

The cumulative impacts on our natural environment from weeds, feral pests, too much fire, over grazing, climate change and land clearing are fragmenting our once intact landscapes and driving threatened species and fragile ecosystems to the brink. The staunch, concerted push for massive industrial and agricultural development – making broad scale land clearing a serious threat in the NT – has never been stronger.

All this is occurring within an environmental policy vacuum in the Territory. We are recognised as having the weakest environment laws in the country. The NT is the only jurisdiction in Australia without native vegetation laws to manage land clearing.

Come along and join us for this special night – we want to say thank you for your support and launch NT Nature Laws Now together with you, our amazing community. We want to share with you what we are doing to secure new nature laws for the NT by the next Territory election.

We can’t wait to see you there!

April 27, 2023 at 6:00pm - 8pm
Botanic Gardens Event Centre
Gilruth Ave & Gardens Rd
George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens
The Gardens, NT 0820
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Al Brown ·

Will you come?