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1. 16 February 17TRANSPORT / TRADE / ENVIRONMENT / ANTARCTICA
Minister Darren Chester introduced amendments to the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act to apply to polar waters. [Full text]
2. 16 February 17FOI / ENVIRONMENT
DEE issued documents regarding Kakadu's threatened species strategy (9Mb on Dropbox, click to view). [Full text]
3. 16 February 17ENVIRONMENT / RESOURCES
NOPSEMA invited comment on a revised information paper of oil pollution risk management. [Full text]
4. 15 February 17BIOSECURITY / HEALTH / ENVIRONMENT / TRADE
Minister Barnaby Joyce introduced the Biosecurity Amendment (Ballast Water and Other Measures) Bill 2017. [Full text]
5. 14 February 17WATER / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Barnaby Joyce said Labor risks blowing up the Basin Plan. [Full text]
6. 14 February 17FISHERIES / ENVIRONMENT / FOREIGN
AFMA said it has hosted fisheries officials from Indonesia and Chile to raise awareness of Australia's approach to sustainable fisheries management. [Full text]
7. 14 February 17CLIMATE / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The IPCC chair addressed meeting in Dublin to draft a report on climate change, desertification, land degradation, sustainable land management, food security, and greenhouse gas fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems. [Full text]
8. 14 February 17WATER / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The Irrigators' Council said Labor's proposed amendments to the Basin Plan are not helpful to reaching a long-term triple bottom line outcome. [Full text]
9. 13 February 17CLIMATE / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
An IPCC meeting in Dublin this week will draft the outline of a report on climate change, desertification, land degradation, sustainable land management, food security, and greenhouse gas fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems. [Full text]
10. 13 February 17WATER / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The NFF warned Shadow Minister Tony Burke against his reported intentions to seek amendments to the Basin Plan. [Full text]
11. 12 February 17BIOSECURITY / AQUACULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
Shadow Minister Joel Fitzgibbon said it is inconceivable Minister that Barnaby Joyce's Department failed to inform him of the White Spot breakout for six months. [Full text]
12. 12 February 17BIOSECURITY / AQUACULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Anne Ruston visited prawn farms on the Logan River affected by white spot disease in prawns. [Full text]
13. 10 February 17WATER / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The MDBA issued a weekly report. [Full text]
14. 10 February 17BIOSECURITY / AQUACULTURE / ENVIRONMENT / PUBLIC SERVICE
DAWR issued a statement regarding white spot disease and imported prawns. [Full text]
15. 10 February 17BIOSECURITY / AQUACULTURE / ENVIRONMENT / PUBLIC SERVICE
Shadow Minister Joel Fitzgibbon said the Inspector General for Biosecurity must step in to ensure the response to the crisis in the prawn industry is adequate. [Full text]
16. 8 February 17ENVIRONMENT / RESOURCES
NOPTA issued its January dashboard report. [Full text]
17. 8 February 17ENVIRONMENT / RESOURCES
Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young said the Labor and Liberal parties have voted against protecting the Great Australian Bight. [Full text]
18. 8 February 17WATER / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The MDBA issued information from consultation sessions in the Southern Basin on proposed amendments to the Basin Plan. [Full text]
19. 7 February 17ENVIRONMENT / PUBLIC SERVICE
The ANAO issued a performance audit: 'Monitoring Compliance with Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 Conditions of Approval: Follow-on audit'. [Full text]
20. 7 February 17AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The Plague Locust Commission issued its February bulletin. [Full text]
21. 6 February 17FOI / ENVIRONMENT / NORTHERN AUSTRALIA / FORESTRY / INDIGENOUS
DEE issued documents regarding the development of Port Melville on Tiwi Island (33Mb on Dropbox, click to view. [Full text]
22. 6 February 17AQUACULTURE / ENVIRONMENT / JUSTICE
Greens Senator Peter Whish-Wilson commented on legal developments in the Tasmanian salmon industry. [Full text]
23. 6 February 17RESOURCES / ENVIRONMENT
Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young said the Senate will vote tomorrow whether to ban drilling in the Great Australian Bight. [Full text]
24. 3 February 17FORESTRY / ENVIRONMENT
Greens Senator Janet Rice said the Victorian and federal governments appear to have extended the East Gippsland Regional Forest Agreement. [Full text]
25. 3 February 17ENVIRONMENT / RESOURCES
NOPSEMA issued information on an oil sheen adjacent to the West Tuna platform in Bass Strait. [Full text]
26. 3 February 17WATER / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The MDBA issued its 1/2 weekly report. [Full text]
27. 3 February 17WATER / AGRICULTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The MDBA said the deadline for submissions on proposed amendments to the Basin Plan has been extended to 24/2. [Full text]
28. 3 February 17FORESTRY / ENVIRONMENT
The ACF said that announcement shows RFAs are flawed and should be replaced. [Full text]
29. 3 February 17FORESTRY / ENVIRONMENT
AFPA welcomed that announcement. [Full text]
30. 3 February 17FORESTRY / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Anne Ruston and the Victorian Minister said the East Gippsland Regional Forest Agreement has been extended until 2018. [Full text]