Dear Members and Friends of the Environment Centre NT, You may have heard that the Northern Territory and Australian Governments are trying to silence your Environment Centre NT by cutting all of our operational funding. But I know you want us to continue to be a strong and effective voice for your environment. 
PROGRAM NOW  AVAILABLE*******Download here. More information atĀ  Ochre Green 2014 - Territory Environment Conference and Workshops on Friday June 6 & Saturday 7 June, 2014. Plus the Inaugural Territory Environment Awards on Thursday 5 June, 2014. Function Centre, Stokes Hill Wharf, Darwin, Larrakia Country.
Have your say on Fracking the Territory In response to concerns raised by Territorians about the impact of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) upon the environment, the Northern Territory Government has convened an Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing, with submissions invited until 31 May 2014.
Sign the petition: Dump the Muckaty Dump: Its Time for Responsible Radioactive Waste Management
Territorians are proud of our Daly River. Home to the Barra Nationals fishing comp, great camping spots and vital to the livelihoods of farmers and its Indigenous communities, the Daly is one of our most loved rivers. Fed by aquifers, the Daly is one of our few rivers that flows all year round. Without groundwater the Daly would dry up each year and the barramundi, sooty grunter and other water life could die. But now the NT government is considering plans to suck 24 times more water out of the Daly, mostly to grow tree plantations.
The Environment Centre NT is partnering with research, consulting, power distribution and renewable energy organisations in Australia and Indonesia to host a workshop to scope connecting the electricity grids in Northern Australia and Southeast Asia to catalyse the generation and distribution of renewable energy across the region. 
Calling all field naturalists, wildlife taxonomists and field ecologists! We want YOU to help us make the new Field Guide to Wildlife of the Top End a great resource. Come to our workshop on Tuesday 11 June 2013, 11.30 am to 1.30pm, at the CSIRO Seminar Room, Berrimah. We're seeking your advice on species to include, and hear from you what types of information are needed to help users identify wildlife. And we need quality images. Do you have any you are happy to be used in the field guide? You can download the flyer for the workshop below.
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