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Environmental charities under the spotlight for advocacy

Maggie Coggan, Tuesday, 10th December 2019 -  Greenpeace says political advocacy is a vital part of a charity’s purpose  Political advocacy is an essential task for charities and is something that must be protected, Greenpeace

How your workplace can be energy-efficient

David Ritter, Thursday, 27th June 2019 -  It has never been more important to get cracking on reducing emissions – wherever we work and whatever we do. Here, Greenpeace Australia Pacific CEO David Ritter offers some top tips

Where does your workplace get its electricity?

David Ritter, Thursday, 16th May 2019 -  We have to massively accelerate the speed of our transition to clean energy to help save civilization. It is in the interests of your organisation to commit, writes Greenpeace Australia

The one ring – Global warming in your workplace

David Ritter, Thursday, 4th April 2019 -  Global warming is the one issue that rules us all, the one issue that binds us, writes Greenpeace Australia Pacific CEO David Ritter, in the first of a series called Fighting Global

Labor Calls For Charities to be Exempt from Foreign Donations Bill

Wendy Williams, Monday, 16th April 2018 -  Labor has called for charities to be exempted from the controversial foreign donations bill, with opposition leader Bill Shorten saying he won’t support “anything that punishes

Greens Pressure Labor and Crossbench to Reject Foreign Donations Bill

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 11th April 2018 -  The Greens have placed pressure on the opposition and crossbenchers to reject the foreign donations bill outright, despite indications from the Labor Party that they would be open

Charities Remain Concerned with Foreign Donations Bill

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 10th April 2018 -  The charity sector has welcomed recommendations on the foreign donations bill as a “step in the right direction”, but still called on the government to go “back to the drawing board

World’s Biggest Mining Company Sides with Enviro Groups in Advocacy Standoff

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 9th November 2017 -  Environmental groups have welcomed an announcement by the world’s biggest mining company that it will not support a push to strip environmental groups of their right to advocate.

When Charities Need to Break the Law

Ellie Cooper, Wednesday, 8th March 2017 -  Occasionally charities need to break the law in order to meet their moral obligations, but it’s a minefield to manage, charity experts have said. Ethical decision making in the boardroom

Australia’s Climate Change Target Weakens

Ellie Cooper, Thursday, 21st April 2016 -  Australia will export one billion tonnes of carbon dioxide from coal this year, according to Greenpeace Australia Pacific, and will erase its already “weak” Paris Agreement target

Charity’s Illegal Acts Under Spotlight

Lina Caneva, Thursday, 4th June 2015 -  An Australian Senator has asked the national charity regulator to investigate alleged criminal activity at one of the country's most well-known environmental organisations.…

NZ Court Rules in Favour of Campaigning Charities

Lina Caneva, Thursday, 7th August 2014 -  In New Zealand, campaigning organisations can register as charities following a landmark Supreme Court ruling in the wake of a long-running court battle waged by global environmental…
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