Click here to end native forest logging. The logging of native forests cost NSW residents $20 million in 2021 and if Forestry Corporation were to transition into truly sustainable plantations then there is a great economic potential for local communities and the NSW budget. Native forest logging will continue through 2024 at a loss of at least $15 million each year. On the other hand, protecting native forests is a profitable exercise thanks to recreation, tourism and carbon abatement.
Dingoes hold a unique place in many First Nations Cultures and are vital to the health of our ecosystems. We need your help to protect our precious native dingoes.
Today the NSW Legislative Council will be debating the Firearms Legislation Amendment Bill 2022 that intends to reclassify some of the most dangerous Category D guns in Australia and override the decision of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) that found KS-30, self-loading centre-fire rifles, are prohibited under the...
Incoming Greens MP Sue Higginson met the Premier and Deputy Premier today as they walked around the devastated Lismore CBD.
Incoming Greens MP Sue Higginson*, met with the Premier and Deputy Premier today in her hometown of Lismore. She says her community desperately needs more than the $20 thousand recovery package announced today, on top of previous announcements, by the NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet today.
Sue Higginson is out the front of Lismore Council Chambers this afternoon waiting for Prime Minister Scott Morrison to address angry residents and media about the lack of support given to people that have lost everything in the record breaking 2022 floods.