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The Canberra Times: Why ignoring biodiversity loss is an increasingly risky business (Opinion Piece by Dr Megan Evans)
ABC News: 'We are relying on a pinky promise': The problem with the Government moving its environmental powers to states
Protecting our Australian biodiversity may be under threat under revised changes to the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act. UNSW Canberra academic Dr Megan Evans took the time to outline the ins and outs of the EPBC Act and the impact it will have on Australian biodiversity.
What is the EPBC Act?
2ser107.3; The Daily: New Environment Law Framework Could Give States Too Much Power, featuring Dr Megan Evans
Dr Megan Evans is one of the leading experts participating in the EPBC Act Review’s consultative group.Independent review of the EPBC Act. Stakeholder consultation update.
The Wire (6min, 8sec): Environmental changes should not be rushed to become law: experts (featuring Dr Megan Evans).
National cabinet just agreed to big changes to environment law. Here’s why the process shouldn’t be rushed
The Guardian The magic of the market won’t help the environment unless government also takes responsibility
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