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Give Our Oceans a Voice - NSW, VIC & WA Need to Ban the Bag
We need to ensure our oceans have a voice! The next couple of months are critical for increasing political pressure to achieve a ban...
Commonwealth Plan on Marine Debris
The Australian Government Department of the Environment and Energy has released the Draft Threat Abatement Plan for the impacts of marine debris on vertebrate marine...
It’s time to step up your game, Victoria!
Your hard work is paying off! NSW, QLD, ACT and WA all have committed to introduce a deposit scheme on bottles and cans in the...
Qld Cash for Containers a step closer
The release of the Queensland Government’s Discussion Paper on a Container Refund Scheme (Cash for Containers) on February 18th, 2017 keeps the state on track...
Welcome improvement to NSW CDS rollout
We are welcoming the change to the start date of the NSW Container Deposit Scheme (CDS) to the 1st of December 2017 as good policy...
Queensland bag ban discussion paper released
The Queensland State Government has announced a plan to ban on lightweight, single-use plastics bags by 2018, and this includes degradable and biodegradable bags, which...
Thanks to you, 2016 has been an extraordinary year
2016 was a successful year! Wins on container deposits and microbeads; movement on single use plastic bags; and release of our Marine Plastic Pollution Plan....
Launch of our plan to stop marine plastic pollution
Last week we held two event nights at Melbourne and Brisbane where we launched our draft Threat Abatement Plan to reduce 70% of Australia's plastic...
We won! Queensland will ban plastic bags
Fantastic news today! The Queensland Government has just announced the introduction of a ban on single use, lightweight plastic bags. This is a significant step...
Queensland LNP’s Support for Plastic Bag Ban – ‘major step’