Act now. or extinction.
The Koala is on the road to extinction unless we act now.
Unless the Government takes urgent action to protect koala habitat these precious animals will become extinct by 2050. But now, just as the Government begins to take some steps to conserve more koala habitat, the National Party emboldened by their leader John Barilaro, is blackmailing the Berejiklian government and threatening to withdraw support on all government legislation unless they water down planning policy changes that would protect more koala habitat.
Take action now: Tell Premier Gladys Berejiklian to stand strong against the Nats and Save Our Koalas!
The Inquiry found that given the scale of loss to koala populations across New South Wales as a result of the 2019-2020 bushfires the koala will become extinct in NSW before 2050, unless there is urgent government intervention to protect habitat and address all other threats.
Further, that following the 2019-2020 bushfires and the general trend of population decline, the current estimated number of 36,000 koalas in NSW is outdated and unreliable.