EDO Tasmania Bulletin 3 September 2019 is out now!
Catch up on what’s happening at EDO Tasmania – did you know we are hiring? check out this edition for more information and the latest environment and planning news on native animal culls, the threatened species review, heritage grants, Biosecurity Act, wind farm proposal open for comment, disaster resilience strategy and much more!
Are you looking to make a difference in the work you do, and looking to take that next step in your career?
We are fortunate to be able to offer a brand new position to a budding lawyer or person with a law degree, looking for a new and exciting challenge. You will have the opportunity of working on the biggest environmental issues facing Tasmania in a supportive team environment. We are looking for the best and brightest, so if you meet the qualification requirements, put your best foot forward and apply!
Applications close on 20 September 2019 at 5pm. For more information about the position including the position description, click here. All queries should be directed to Nicole Sommer, CEO/Principal Lawyer, on 03 6223 2770 or via email at email@example.com.
EDO Tasmania Bulletin 14 August 2019 is out now! Catch up on all the latest environment and planning new. This wintry edition features all things Lake Malbena, fish farming revenue, lobsters and seismic testing, Tasmania’s GHG emissions report, the latest IPCC report, Bushfire management review, amendments to the Forest Practices Code, and much more!
You’ll also find out how to join ‘Team EDO’ in the Point to Pinnacle!
Will you join our 5th anniversary P2P team and be part of our biggest team yet?
Walk or run from Wrest Point to the pinnacle of kunanyi.
Your efforts will help raise funds for EDO Tasmania and will enable us to continue helping communities stand up for the places they love.
Point to Pub and Point to Pinnacle have now sold out.
To sign up for the P2P waiting list – click here.
Contact us if you’d like to register as a replacement for any of our team members who may need to withdraw.
Find out more.
OUT NOW! the mid-year EDO Tasmania Bulletin – 5 July 2019 is jam-packed with all the latest planning and environmental news!
This edition features the Lake Malbena Tribunal appeal, Tasmanian black gum community as critically endangered, global subsidies for coal, Exxon in Bass Strait, Launceston cable car proposal, orange bellied parrot, new Water Management Regulations, Dove Lake Shelter proposal, Draft waste action plan, good reads and much more!
After a long hearing week on the Lake Malbena appeal, the Tribunal has adjourned to 8-9 August to finish hearing the case.
This week the Resource Management and Planning Appeals Tribunal part-heard the appeal made by Wild Drake Pty Ltd against the Central Highland Council’s decision to refuse a permit for its tourism development proposed on Halls Island in Lake Malbena, within Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area.
Many thanks to our wonderful barrister Juliet Forsyth SC & of course to our valued clients for instructing us, led by the Tasmanian National Parks Association and The Wilderness Society Tasmania
Tasmania is at a tipping point. Our island’s beauty attracts people from near and far but the benefits of economic development seem to be coming at a cost to our way of life and our environment.
The law is the best tool we have for protecting our environment, and that’s where EDO Tasmania comes in. We hold decision-makers to account, enforce the laws, and empower communities with the legal firepower they need to make a difference.
Help us protect the places that you love by making a tax deductible donation to EDO Tasmania.
EDO Tasmania Bulletin – 25 May 2019 – the fortnightly Bulletin features a message from the CEO of hope for environmental justice, oil & gas exploration off King Island, Tasmanian budget analysis, ‘climate emergency’ motions, TWWHA Tourism Master Plan, Human Rights Islander case, Tasmanian Sustainable Timber FSC Certification evaluation, good reads and much more!
EDO Tasmania Bulletin – 8 May 2019 – the fortnightly Bulletin features the Attorney General’s intervention into the Lake Malbena Appeal, the landmark UN biodiversity report, Finfish Environmental Regulations, Federal government delays on threatened species assessments, Huon Aquaculture in Court for Environmental Harm, Local Provision Schedule (LPS) updates, our recommendations for good reads, and much more!
EDO Tasmania Bulletin 17 April 2019 – The fortnightly Bulletin contains news about current developments in planning and environment law, upcoming events and opportunities for public comment. This edition features Lake Malbena updates, Adani, Storm Bay expansion, Senate Standing Committee interim report on faunal extinction, Okehampton Bay Federal Court decision, TWWHA Tourism Master Plan consultations, New Laws for Nature event, and much more!