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August 10, 2022

Bulletin No. 046

  • Mr. Crabtree On Park Use
  • Senator Mulvihill Calls For Action on Kakadu
  • Park First, One Minute Later - Perhaps
  • Hawkesbury Valley Symposium
  • Mr. Fraser’s Uranium Decision 
  • Bush Fires in Wilderness Areas
  • Takeover Threat to Mines Department - Argyle St. Tycoon Moves In
  • U.S. Foresters Show the Way, Australia Follows
  • More Positive Environmental Decisions in the U.S. 
  • U.S. President Leads Campaign for Wilderness
  • Another Good Reason for a Greater Blue Mountains National Park 
  • Meeting to Save the Border Ranges Forest

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Bulletin No. 029

August 11, 2022

Wilderness Last  Forest Industries Bombed Out  Wilderness Diminished  Meeting Dates Blue Mountains for World Heritage  Wilderness Between States Rainforest Revisited  Logs First Wilderness Last  Selective Vision

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Bulletin No. 204

August 11, 2022

The Wilderness Resurgence Seminar Environmental Policy Fragmented Meeting Dates Climate Change Technofix - Too Many Risks, ignoring the law, and no public process Premier is Turning a Paler Shade of Green Wilderness Threatened by Stealth

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Bulletin No. 203

August 11, 2022

Wilderness Resurgence for the Greater Blue Mountains Order Of Australia Awarded to Keith Muir Feral Horse Action Alert Authorities Confirm Colong’s Concerns Sydney Catchment Authority Review Tasmania’s Choice - Tourists or Wood Chips?  NCC Annual Conference Our Blinkered Economists Control of Flights Over Parks...

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Australian Foundation for Wilderness Limited
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ABN 84 001 112 143
Advocating as 'Wilderness Australia'
Formerly The Colong Foundation for Wilderness Ltd
Registered Office 10/154 Elizabeth Street Sydney NSW 2000
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