Wed, 15 July 2020

Across the ACT, more than 17,000 trees will be planted over the next four years to enhance our urban forest and help meet the challenge of climate change.

Have your say on how we manage our local nature reserves and parks.

A tree hollow with a motion sensor camera has been installed in Hawker to capture local bird activity.

There is more to explore at the National Arboretum Canberra with an extra 12 kilometres of new tracks and trails.

The new Climate Change Strategy: 2019-2025, and Canberra’s Living Infrastructure Plan: Cooling the City, set out actions to protect and enhance nature in the city.

A new climate change for Canberra outlines how we will work together to live greener.

Changes to noise standards across Canberra's town centres are being proposed, extending daytime to night-time.

A state-of-the-art learning centre is being built at Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary in Throsby.

Did you know smoke from wood heaters is the largest source of air pollution in the ACT?

Isabella Plains is home to the largest rain garden in the southern hemisphere.

Did you know about 10 million plastic straws are used in Australia every day and then thrown away?

Mulligans Flat Sanctuary has almost tripled in size with new predator-proof fencing.

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