Gas giants are using COVID-19 as an excuse to push ahead with gas projects that are damaging and dangerous to our country and future.
But you can help us propel the legal fight to protect wildlife and communities by donating today.
Right now, many of Australia’s unique animals are under threat because of gas developments and exploration occurring across our country.
With your gift today, you can help propel the legal fight to stop significant gas developments, like Woodside’s damaging Burrup Hub project in WA, right across Australia.
Northern quolls, peregrine falcons, ghost bats, and other vulnerable species that call the Burrup Peninsula home, if not killed by the proposed development of gas infrastructure, may face starvation or displacement from the impacts of gas-fuelled climate change.
That’s why we’re taking action – working with local communities to challenge gas projects as they move through its environmental assessment process.
Every moment wasted, means gas giants get closer to establishing new projects around Australia.
We need your urgent support right now to help communities tackle gas projects that are damaging and dangerous to our country and our future.
Driven by the power of people like you, we’re providing urgent, on-the-ground legal support to communities fighting new gas and oil developments across Australia.
With Australia having one of the highest extinction rates in the world, we must use every legal opportunity to protect the northern quoll and other precious fauna we have left.
Together, we are scaling up our national response to gas expansion, to ensure our native species are defended.
Below is a map of our work challenging gas developments and exploration across the country. Click on any EDO logo to find out more on our work in the area and find cases closest to you.
EDO recognises the traditional owners and custodians of the land, seas and rivers of Australia. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander elders past and present, and aspire to learn from traditional knowledge and customs so that, together, we can protect our environment and cultural heritage through law.