The Environmental Defender’s Office WA and Piddington Society invite you to attend our CPD Land Use Seminar which will explore developments in Planning, Native Title and Environmental Law. The seminar is taking place on 29 at the Curtin University city campus Business School, located at 57 Murray Street, from 5.30pm until 9.00pm. Following the seminar… Read more »
So you can get to know us better, we are introducing you to all the key players at EDOWA who make sure the office stays running. Here is a brief chat with Jonathon Davidson, communications all-rounder. How long have you been with EDO? I have been working for EDOWA for the better part of six… Read more »
Introduction On 11 May 2017 EDOWA hosted the Accessing Environmental Justice seminar at Flux in Perth. The seminar marked the launch of our Justice for our Environment crowdfunding campaign. We would like to thank our guest speakers former High Court Chief Justice the Hon. Robert French AC, Professor Carmen Lawrence and Professor John Bailey who all delivered engaging and… Read more »
EDOWA is pleased to announce Dreaming Green, our next event as part of our crowdfunding campaign. EDOWA in collaboration with the Centre for Stories is pleased to announce Dreaming Green: Envisioning a Sustainable Future Through Storytelling, with guest speakers Scott Ludlam (Deputy Leader, Australian Greens) and Kate Kelly (Convenor Save Beeliar Wetlands). Join us on 6 June to celebrate World Environment Day… Read more »
Support WA’s Only Legal Voice for the Environment We are excited to share the following video for our crowdfunding campaign!
EDOWA recently contributed to an EDOs of Australia submission to the Department of the Environment and Energy’s (DotEE) Review of Australia’s climate change policies – Discussion Paper. The objective of this inquiry is to allow a broad review into the suitability of Australia’s Climate Change policies, which include Australian laws produced at the state and federal… Read more »
EDOWA recently contributed to an EDOs of Australia submission to the inquiry into National Water Reform. The inquiry is being conducted by the Productivity Commission. The objective of this inquiry is to allow an assessment of progress in achieving the objectives and outcomes of the National Water Initiative (NWI) and the need for any future reform…. Read more »