Jul 13 2017

Goulburn has been chosen as the site for the launch of a Nature Conservation Council of NSW report on climate change.

 

The report, HOT, DRY and DEADLY: Impacts of climate change on nature in NSW will be released at a function at the Goulburn Workers Club next Thursday, July 20th.

 

It draws together the latest research, highlighting the harm that global warming is doing across the state.

 

Council Campaigns Director, Daisy Barham says species and ecosystems in NSW have suffered many blows in the past 200 years.

 

These included land clearing, invasive species and changing fire regimes which have all produced a terrible toll.

 
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