Kuark forest pic courtesy GECO

A big thank you to everyone who has stood with us and our clients as we strive to protect our forests in court. If you've signed a petition, attended an event or made a donation – thank you!

Litigation has protected some of our iconic forests and set some important precedents. We can only do this work because of your support.


Bronya Lipski explains why many people in the Latrobe Valley are reluctant to talk about coal and health.

Lawyers in action

Environmental Justice Australia is looking for an experienced litigation lawyer to take up a leadership role in in early 2018.  

Native Fish Association volunteers in the Yarra River at Warrandyte Pic Anna Carlile

A new report paints a picture of how the Yarra River can be – and in some cases is being – restored and revitalised. 

That was close! The outcome of last weekend’s state election means north Queensland will not have a new coal-fired power station.

Leadbeater's possum Pic by D Harley

We have commenced an important case in the Federal Court seeking better protection for the Leadbeater's Possum under our national environment protection law.

Coal smoke

Queenslanders will pay with their health if the sunshine state gets a new coal-fired power station, writes EJA's Dr James Whelan.

Uluru by Diogo Melo

EJA's response to the landmark Uluru Statement from the Heart.

Wonthaggi wind turbines by David Clarke

The Victorian government is leading the way with new laws for environment and climate. 

The former Greens leader has won a landmark High Court case against Tasmania's anti-protest laws.


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