The TCT publishes a regular newsletter called the Tasmanian Conservationist. Newsletters published after August 2005 are available as PDF file downloads.
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Director's Report - Unlock parks and World Heritage Areas, Mt Wellington, Waste Management strategy, Liberal Party policy to reopen tracks in the Arthur Pieman Area, Forestry opinion survey, Letter to the Editor.
Household Hazardous Waste. Why Tasmania needs an EDO. Pulp mill problems still paramount. Henry Mundy's lost music. Legislation to 'remove doubt' actually removes democratic rights. Goggin golf development likely to be refused - major victory for sensible planning. Revocation of part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Tassie's troubled waters. Emerging invasive species - Indian myna.
Director's report - pulp mill permit & Wellington Park veto. Vale Geoff King, farmer and environmentalist. Tasmanian Bushfires Inquiry Report. Parks and Reserves Authority. State of the State Coastal Policy. Seven Mile Beach peninsula recreation zoning under threat. Book review The Biggest Estate on Earth. Review of the Cat Management Act. Three Capes Track: economic analysis. No federal funding commitment for C-cell. Revision of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Management Plan. Forestry Tasmania's FSC application. Winners and losers in a Tasmanian suburb. Emerging invasive species: rainbow lorikeets. TCT crossword.
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