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Environment Centre NT - protecting nature, living sustainably, creating climate for a change

Campaigns and Programs

We run the following campaigns and programs:

This page shows updates from all our campaigns. Click on the above links for updates on individual categories.

Frack Free NT Update

Thank you to everyone who has made a call to the offices of Chief Minister Gunner and Minister Vowles in recent weeks to keep up the pressure for a frack free NT. We also launched an action at the banks Find out more »

Annual Fundraising Film Night and Seabreeze Festival

We want to let you, our members and supporters know how well the Events during the Seabreeze Festival went in case you missed them. Professor Tim Flannery was an ideal guest, and with his very strong standing in the scientific Find out more »

What can you do about Climate Change?

Talk to others: Have the discussion, start the debate, plant the seed, spread the word. Most people trust their peers as a reliable source of information, even if its just a place to start. Discuss it with friends, family members, Find out more »

Roadmap to Renewables

The NT Government has committed to adopting a renewable energy target of 50 per cent by 2030. The commitment includes commissioning advice from an independent panel of experts chaired by Mr Alan Langworthy. The findings from the panel will be used Find out more »

McArthur River Mine Overburden Management Project (EIS)

The draft Environmental Impact Statement ( EIS) for McArthur River Mine Overburden is now available for public comment. Comments are to be submitted on or before COB Wednesday 3 May 2017.  ECNT has a copy of the draft EIS on display Find out more »

Annual 2017 Fundraising Film Night

The Environment Centre NT will hold the Annual Fundraising Film Night and our special guest Professor Tim Flannery has agreed to open the event. We have chosen to screen the documentary The Bentley Effect about a successful community opposition to Find out more »

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CreekWatch

People value creek catchments because of the aesthetic and recreational benefits they bring to communities, and for the environmental services they provide to the broader landscape. CreekWatch was a community project hosted by the Environment Centre NT and funded by Find out more »

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Creekwatch update

Here is an update on what’s been happening with CreekWatch over the last few months. Please feel free to distribute it to anyone in your network who might be interested. ecnt.org.au/…/2016-04-CreekWatch-In-Brief.pdf SAVE THE DATE PLEASE keep 18th June free for Find out more »

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Support Borroloola clans to protect country from reckless mining

Jack Green is a Garawa Elder, warrior and artist from the remote south-west Gulf in the Northern Territory. For the past thirty years he has worked tirelessly with the Indigenous peoples of the Gulf; fighting first, to get Country back Find out more »

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We Did It Darwin!

Hundreds played their part to ensure Darwin was on the map for the Peoples Climate March – they helped achieve Darwin’s biggest climate march ever!  In sweltering heat, over 500 people marched from Stokes Hill Wharf to the Darwin Waterfront to call for Find out more »