Message from EJA CEO Brendan Sydes in response to COVID-19

March 18, 2020

EJA Reconciliation Action Plan

February 27, 2020

Orange skies

Fighting Fires From Burned Ground

January 23, 2020

Celebrating our successes in 2019

December 23, 2019

North East Link: What’s the point of having an environmental assessment if the Minister just ignores it?

December 20, 2019

The fight for clean air in 2020

December 20, 2019

Nature protection under review

November 29, 2019

The Victorian Government announces an end to native timber logging

November 29, 2019

A busy time for our rivers and waterways

November 29, 2019

Law students apart of the climate justice law clinic

Growing the next wave of climate justice lawyers

November 29, 2019

Justice delivered for the Latrobe Valley

November 29, 2019

Thank you for supporting our running team!

October 30, 2019

Supporting Urban River Advocates

October 30, 2019

A Powerhouse Panel at Our AGM

October 30, 2019

Environmental Justice Awards 2019

October 30, 2019

The 10 year review of our national environment laws

October 30, 2019

Have your say on Victoria’s new pollution control laws

October 1, 2019

Victorian government withdraws proposed changes to Forests Code

September 26, 2019

Rivers and roads in the new climate age: North East Link Project

September 26, 2019

We’ve joined the call for the legal profession to respond to the climate crisis

September 20, 2019

17,000 submissions for clean air!

August 30, 2019

Victoria’s biodiversity protection laws get a revamp

August 30, 2019

Standing with unions on a just transition

August 15, 2019

Plains-wanderer image

Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act reforms return – a missed opportunity?

June 27, 2019

An update on our campaign to cut air pollution

May 24, 2019

The election is over. So, what now?

May 24, 2019

Air quality in the Latrobe Valley unhealthy again

May 23, 2019

We should spend less on freeways – and more on our waterways

May 14, 2019

Image Lollipop Creek

Have your say on Melbourne’s rivers

May 3, 2019

Federal election – new nature laws please!

May 3, 2019

Eraring power station should close its ash dump, not community recreation centres

May 2, 2019

NPI report sees toxic pollutants soar again and highlights need for pollution controls on coal-fired power stations

April 21, 2019

On the independent review of Victoria’s timber harvesting regulations

March 29, 2019

What the NSW election result means for air pollution

March 29, 2019

Response to the State of the Yarra report

March 29, 2019

Coal train at Wollar (west of Muswellbrook) NSW

2018: Deteriorating air quality in NSW

February 12, 2019

NSW Labor commits to stricter power station pollution controls

February 6, 2019

EJA successfully argues for greater protections for trees in farming landscapes

February 1, 2019

Australian govt releases climate risk guidelines following landmark court cases

December 21, 2018

A big win for law reform to protect the Places You Love

December 20, 2018

Working with communities for clean air in 2018

December 20, 2018

5 reasons we need a National Environment Commission

December 12, 2018

Clean air for all Victorians?

October 31, 2018

Laws on Waste; National leadership required

October 31, 2018

World first legal action to test trustee duties on climate risks filed against A$50 billion fund

October 3, 2018

International experts slam Victorian power station regulation

September 21, 2018

Air pollution and community health road trip

Air pollution and community health road trip

August 14, 2018

Gladstone Power Station. Photo by Jan Arens

Will Australia’s main source of pollution info be weakened?

August 6, 2018

A 23-year-old is taking a $50bn super fund to court over climate change

July 25, 2018

Double standards on climate risks – Government protects big investors but not taxpayers

July 23, 2018

First Nations group proposes changes to Australia’s water law

July 20, 2018

EJA files complaint with Ombudsman about EFIC

July 6, 2018

Smog is not something we should just learn to live with

July 3, 2018

The Sycom incinerator in Paris (pic by Jane Bremer)

Plans to burn rubbish must be scrutinised for impact on health and environment

June 29, 2018

Four things the Victorian government could do to improve air quality and health

June 21, 2018

Community rights a welcome feature of Victorian bill

June 21, 2018

What politicians say about new coal-fired power stations

June 18, 2018

EFIC fail: support for Adani opens legal and political risks

June 8, 2018

Fracking the Northern Territory

May 25, 2018

The quiet pollution exemption granted to AGL’s Liddell plant

May 21, 2018

‘Certainty’: injunction to stop VicForests logging threatened species’ habitat

May 10, 2018

CCS: Throwing good money after bad pollution

April 20, 2018

Case to test VicForests’ non-compliance with forest agreement

April 20, 2018

Coal-fired power stations again Australia’s major source of toxic fine particle pollution

April 3, 2018

Better laws for a better planet

March 27, 2018

Western suburbs residents feel ignored and brushed off

March 26, 2018

Coal industry’s carbon capture dream is a dangerous fantasy

March 23, 2018

New Victorian planning provisions and guidelines on removing native vegetation

March 23, 2018

Federal Court gives conservationists hope in Leadbeater’s case

March 2, 2018

Could a future Labor government really stop the Adani mine?

February 7, 2018

Onslow Beach by Stu Rapley

NAIF: Any port in a storm

February 1, 2018

People who bear pollution burden deserve a voice in power station review

January 24, 2018

Bold, ambitious visions for the Yarra

November 28, 2017

Queensland breathes a sigh of relief

November 27, 2017

The possums case

November 23, 2017

Coughing up for coal-fired power

November 21, 2017

Court action stops VicForests from destroying Kuark forest in East Gippsland

November 1, 2017

Uluru Statement from the Heart: a response from EJA

October 25, 2017

Positive legislative developments in Victoria

October 25, 2017

Bob Brown’s win in the High Court

October 18, 2017

Fear and loathing in the Hunter Valley

September 21, 2017

Liddell should close as planned

September 8, 2017

Victorian Government plan for Leadbeater’s Possum relies on 200 years with no bushfires

September 7, 2017

NAIF prepared to do risky business

September 4, 2017

The Safe Climate Transition Act: a new paradigm for climate action?

September 1, 2017

Body considering Adani loan has loose governing framework

August 28, 2017

New ways for law to protect nature: Victoria’s Yarra Act part of a gradual shift

August 21, 2017

Climate change risk disclosure case goes before the Federal Court

August 8, 2017