Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley has delivered on commitments to support the increase of Indigenous representation and governance at Kakadu National Park with the approval of a newly expanded Board of Management.
The Federal Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley and Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt will today realise a significant milestone for Traditional Owners, formally handing the Kakadu township of Jabiru to the Mirarr People.
As part of the Morrison Government’s $276 million investment in Kakadu, one of the region’s most recognised tourist spots, Cahills Crossing, is about to get two new viewing platforms to offer tourists a safe spot to catch a glimpse of crocs feeding.
Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley has given the solar industry a hard deadline to ‘step up’ and address the mounting issue of solar panel waste or face regulation after tabling the latest Product Stewardship list in Parliament today.
Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley says that Australia will strongly oppose a draft World Heritage Committee recommendation that the Great Barrier Reef be singled out for ‘in danger’ listing, citing Australia’s world leading reef management...
The Morrison Government is taking further steps to protect koalas, calling for public comment on both a national recovery plan, and whether its threatened species protection status in NSW, Queensland and the ACT should be raised from ‘vulnerable’ to ‘enda
The Morrison Government’s Sydney Harbour Federation Trust Amendment Bill 2021 has passed the senate today, securing the future of some of the nation’s most significant heritage sites as publicly owned assets.