MEET THE TEAM
CLIMATE AND ENERGY
STOP BAROSSA GAS
LOVE DARWIN HARBOUR
NT GOVERNMENT CLIMATE ACTION SCORECARD - ENVIRONMENT CENTRE NT
NATURE AND WATER
SAVE THE ROPER
MCARTHUR RIVER MINE
ATTEND A CLIMATE CONVERSATION
HOST YOUR OWN CLIMATE CONVERSATION
TRAIN AS A FACILITATOR
TAKE ACTION NOW
CLIMATE ACTION NOW
DON'T FRACK THE ROPER
HAVE YOUR SAY ON SANTOS' BAROSSA GAS PROJECT
SAVE THE ROPER
URGE THE NT GOVERNMENT TO BAN SINGLE-USE PLASTICS!
RAISE YOUR VOICE TO PROTECT DARWIN HARBOUR
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU ABOUT THE TERRITORY'S NATURE - TAKE THE SURVEY NOW
WATER MINING? ONLY IN THE TERRITORY - DON'T FRACK THE ROPER - TAKE ACTION NOW
SAVE THE GOULDIANS
NATURE JOURNALING WORKSHOPS FEEDBACK SURVEY
FIND THE GOULDIANS - LEE POINT INTERACTIVE MAP
IT'S SNOWING COTTON - AAMIG'S SCOTT CREEK STATION APPLY TO CLEAR ANOTHER 2000HA FOR COTTON
SUBMISSION WRITING GUIDES
FUNDRAISE WITH ECNT
LEAVE A LEGACY
GIFTS IN MEMORY
10 YEAR REVIEW OF THE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION ACT 1998 (CTH)
Read the Environment Centre NT's submission
to the 10 year review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1998 (Cth).
We assert that protection of the unique environment and biodiversity of the Northern Territory is under threat on multiple fronts and the EPBC Act has done little to modify or prevent these threats and impacts.
The legislation has failed to slow the decline of critical habitats for threatened species in the Northern Territory and across Australia, which are the primary focus of its jurisdiction. It has facilitated environmentally destructive projects in the Northern Territory, often with little or no meaningful oversight. Indeed, via its bilateral agreement with the Northern Territory Government entered into under the EPBC Act, the Commonwealth accredited one of the weakest environmental assessment regimes in the country which has left numerous legacy mines and other environmental issues in its wake.
Read ECNT’s recommendations calling for legislation that takes a holistic approach to conserving biodiversity and protecting the environment.
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