The TCT publishes a regular newsletter called the Tasmanian Conservationist. Newsletters published after August 2005 are available as PDF file downloads.
TCT membership includes a free subscription to the hard copy version of the Tasmanian Conservationist newsletter. Join the TCT here.
Director's Report. Introducing TCT president and new Council member. Cleaning up farmed salmon in Tasmania. Greens-Palmer deal: a roadblock for environmental one-stop shop. New Cat Managment Officer Kaylene Allan. Planning reform. Restore Skyline Tier. Economic benefit of government investment in irrigation. Species harvesting now allowed in 1.1million hectares of reserves. Statistics on battery use and recovery in Australia. A message to all mobile phone users from MobileMuster. TasWater's 1 billion investment in sewerage. Seven Mile Beach golf resort refused. TCT crossword.
Director's Report - 1080 use to continue under the new state government. Vale TCT members. Localised depletion still a problem for super-trawler proponents. Three Capes Track construction: concerns continue. Liberal party proposal for a moratorium on fracking. Workplace (Protection from Protesters) Bill 2014. Bruny Bird festival. State calls for development proposals for reserved land. 16th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference 2014. Forestry (Rebuilding the Forest Industry) Bill 2014. Tasmanian Waste Review. TCT crossword.
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.
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