Category Archive: Wild Rivers

CAFNEC Environment report card – election 2015

CAFNEC have released a summary report card on the political parties policies on the environment for the 2015 Queensland state election on Jan 31st. The scorecard can be downloaded as a pdf here: CAFNECElectionReportCard_web, and can be viewed below. Full detail of the parties responses to our survey are available here. Late breaking news: Labor has …

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Permanent link to this article: https://cafnec.org.au/2015/01/23/cafnec-environment-report-card-election-2015/

Wenlock River and Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve Protected

By Gavan McFadzean, Northern Australian Campaign Coordinator, The Wilderness Society   In a significant win for the protection of Cape York Peninsula and the rivers of northern Australia, the Queensland Government has announced that the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve and the Wenlock River on Cape York Peninsula will be protected from mining. The Wenlock catchment …

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Permanent link to this article: https://cafnec.org.au/2013/12/05/wenlock-river-steve-irwin-wildlife-reserve-protected/

I Love Cape York Peninsula

By Andrew Picone Northern Australia Program Officer, Australian Conservation Foundation   We all have places we love and I love the Cape. This huge north-jutting peninsula, once a land bridge to New Guinea, has many unique and wonderful attributes that make it a place like no other. My own journey with the region began in …

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Permanent link to this article: https://cafnec.org.au/2013/03/20/i-love-cape-york-peninsula/