You’ve joined a national network of supporters from the bush and the city; from the Tarkine to Arnhem Land; and from all ages and walks of life who want to help defend our environment through the law.

We’ll send you fortnightly Insights from our cases and clients, and let you know how to have your say about environmental issues where you live.

You’ll also be among the first to hear how you can take action to support our most important cases.

You can change your subscription at any time.


Help build the new national EDO

Make your end-of-year gift to our Environmental Defence Fund to help us drive change on a national scale, while keeping our community roots deep in the ground. With the help of generous people like you, we’ll empower even more Australians to protect the places, people, plants and animals they love – right across the country.


Leave a Gift in your Will

Your gift will help to protect Australia’s environment for future generations. Celebrate the legacy of some remarkable Australians.

Invest With A Major Gift

Your philanthropy can help us realise our vision of empowered communities and an environment protected through law.

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Pro and low bono support

Join Australia’s leading barristers, law firms and legal organisations who provide us with expert legal advice and assistance, in-kind support and sponsorship of events.

Become a Friend of the EDO

Make a monthly gift to help give Australian communities and conservationists access to justice and protect our precious unique species.

Give through your workplace

Sign up to make a regular gift through your workplace’s payroll system and receive an immediate tax-deduction. Find out how to make EDO your charity of choice at work.

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Raise Funds for EDO

From bush-dancers, runners and artists, to eco-conscious retailers or local community groups, people across Australia are raising funds for our work.

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.