List of Resources
Here is a selection of environmental and outdoors links we feel might be of use to you.
Australian Association of Bush Regenerators (AABR) established 1986
The Association’s aim is to foster and encourage sound ecological practices of bushland management by qualified people.
Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) established 1965
The Australian Conservation Foundation is committed to inspiring people to achieve a healthy environment for all Australians. For many decades the ACF has been a strong voice for the environment, promoting solutions through research, consultation, education and partnerships.
Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network (AEGN)
The Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network’s mission is to help member organisations and others become more effective environmental grantmakers through information sharing, collaboration and networking.
We provide the means for environmental grantmakers to:
– Connect with, encourage and challenge one another
– Explore environmental issues and grantmaking; and
– Promote, diversify and expand environmental philanthropy.The Paddy Pallin Foundation is proud to be a member.
Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC)
The mission of the Australian Wildlife Conservancy is the effective conservation of all Australian animal species and the habitats in which they live.
Bush Heritage is a national non-profit organisation that protects Australia’s unique animals and plants and their habitats.
Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife (FNPW) incorporated 1970
FNPW raises money to purchase land for conservation and to contribute to its better management
Friends Of Lord Howe Island established 2001
The Friends of Lord Howe Island work to protect and restore the island’s ecosystems and support the environmental works of the Lord Howe Island Board.
Humane Society International (HIS) established 1991
The Humane Society International is an organisation dedicate to the welfare of animals and the preservation of their habitat.
Invasive Species Council (ISC) established 2002
Along with climate change and habitat loss, invasive species are one of the top three threats facing Australian biodiversity. Australia has one of the worst animal extinction records in the world, due mainly to invasive species. We are notorious for having lost by far the highest number of mammals in recent times, with foxes, cats or rabbits implicated in most of these extinctions. Many island birds have been wiped out by introduced rats, and an exotic fungus has killed off frogs. And the pace of invasion is by no means slowing down. Just one exotic pathogen Phytophthora cinnamomi threatens hundreds of plant species found nowhere else in the world, foxes and cats threaten the existence of many more mammals, and goats, pigs, camels, deer and others are degrading vast areas.
Weeds are increasingly dominating numerous ecosystems, fundamentally altering their composition and function, and invading the habitat of threatened species.
The Invasive Species Council campaigns to strengthen laws and policies to prevent future invasions and better protect the Australian environment against these threats.
National Parks Association of NSW (NPA NSW) established 1957
The NPA is primarily concerned with achieving a world class reserve system across NSW that is well managed for conservation
Nature Conservation Council of NSW (NCC)
The NCC established 1955, is the peak conservation body in NSW and runs programs on Bushfire, Climate Change, Marine and Urban Sustainability
Royal Zoological Society of NSW (RZS of NSW) established 1879
The Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales (RZS of NSW) is concerned with the study and conservation of Australia’s native fauna, and the education of its members and the general public on these subjects. Its objectives are to promote and advance the science of Zoology, and to protect, preserve and conserve the indigenous animals of Australia and their associated habitats.
Sydney Bats (KBCS) established 1985
KBCS is primarily concerned with the conservation of bats within Sydney but is also concerned about bat conservation throughout Australia
Total Environment Centre (TEC) establised 1970
The TEC is a lead environment group on waste, chemical and energy issues and green corporate development
Wilderness Society (WS) established 1976
The Wilderness Society is a community-based environmental advocacy organisation whose mission is protecting, promoting and restoring wilderness and natural processes across Australia for the survival and ongoing evolution of life on Earth.