Don’t bulldoze our endangered wildlife!

Recently, Premier Baird passed new laws that will unleash a wave of tree clearing across the state. Many of our most iconic animals like koalas, quolls and pygmy possums are already on the brink. Sadly, these new laws could be the final straw.
 
But right now, we have an important opportunity to safeguard our most endangered wildlife and habitats from the bulldozers. The fine print of the new rules is still being decided, so make sure Premier Baird knows you’re watching.
 
Tell Mike Baird: keep our endangered wildlife and their homes off limits from clearing!
 
Sign this quick petition for the forests, trees and animals that could disappear.

 "Premier Baird, you still have an opportunity to show you care about the future of our native wildlife and plants, water and soil in New South Wales. Please ensure that the regulations and codes for your Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 and Local Land Services Amendment Act 2016 keep environmentally sensitive areas, such as wetlands, koala habitat, and rainforests, and  threatened species and ecological communities, safe from clearing." 

Will you sign?