When there’s something strange in the neighbourhood… you’ll want to know what it means, and what you can do.
For over 20 years, when people have heard about proposed forestry operations, wondered why a waterway is polluted, seen a notice about development, or been concerned about loss of bushland, they’ve called EDO Tasmania for advice.
Over the next 12 months, there are likely to be some strange things happening in our collective Tasmanian neighbourhood:
- Salmon farms in Okehampton Bay
- An extra 4,000 tonnes of fish in Macquarie Harbour, with only an unproven “waste capture system” to manage the impacts
- 4WDs in Aboriginal cultural landscapes
- Rolling over the failed Regional Forest Agreement
- High-rise developments and cable cars
- New laws for “major projects”
- More tourist developments in national parks and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area
- Logging and mining in the Tarkine
- A state election
When the community needs information, support and advice on these (and many more) issues, who are they going to call?
Make a tax-deductible donation today to help make sure our expert legal team is there to answer.
EDO Tasmania relies on donations to keep our service running. In the years since the Australian government turned their back on environmental justice and withdrew funding, we have survived because of generous people like you. Thank you for your support!
If you’d prefer not to donate online, click here for other options.