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More than 650 hectares added to four national parks
19 Sep. 2020

More than 650 hectares added to four national parks

More than 650 hectares has been added to four of South Australia’s national parks to strengthen conservation and biodiversity across the state.

Spring prescribed burn season gets underway
19 Sep. 2020

Spring prescribed burn season gets underway

Key strategic areas across South Australia on both public and private land will be targeted as the State Government starts its spring prescribed burns season to reduce the risk of bushfires.

New report highlights South Australia’s leadership in climate change
17 Sep. 2020

New report highlights South Australia’s leadership in climate change

The Marshall Liberal Government’s approach to tackling climate change has been given the tick of approval by renowned climate economist Professor Ross Garnaut in a new report released today.

The Glenthorne National Park schools program
14 Sep. 2020

The Glenthorne National Park schools program

Glenthorne National Park is coming to life and as it does, we're leaving this legacy to our future generations. We have developed a schools partnership to get local students onto …
Foodland Pasadena and Frewville eliminate single-use plastic produce bags
11 Sep. 2020

Foodland Pasadena and Frewville eliminate single-use plastic produce bags

Foodland Pasadena and Frewville have become the first supermarkets in Australia to eliminate single-use plastic produce bags. Instead, they've fully fit out their stores with compostable barrier bags used right …
Single-use plastics banned!
09 Sep. 2020

Single-use plastics banned!

SINGLE-USE PLASTICS BANNED! Parliament has just passed legislation to ban single-use plastics! Plastic straws, cutlery and drink stirrers are the first to be banned once legislation formally commences in the …
Single-use plastics Bill passes Parliament
09 Sep. 2020

Single-use plastics Bill passes Parliament

South Australia has become the first state in the country to ban single-use plastics with legislation passing Parliament today.

Community wellbeing projects get an $800,000 jump start
09 Sep. 2020

Community wellbeing projects get an $800,000 jump start

Community organisations across the state have been given an $800,000 boost to deliver 19 projects to strengthen South Australians’ resilience and wellbeing in response to the impacts of COVID-19. The Wellbeing …
Have your say on final stage of key River Torrens project
08 Sep. 2020

Have your say on final stage of key River Torrens project

The draft designs for a $12 million generational environmental project in Adelaide’s western suburbs are now available and open for community feedback.

Shaping the Remarkable Southern Flinders Ranges
07 Sep. 2020

Shaping the Remarkable Southern Flinders Ranges

Designs for an international standard mountain bike trail in Mount Remarkable National Park are about to commence, with experts World Trail announced today as the successful contractors for the design phase.