Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) is delighted to announce a new national partnership with Alinta Energy, aiming to create real and sustainable impact for people and the environment. Joining CVA as a Campaign Partner, Alinta Energy will contribute to extending, reconnecting and repairing habitats through our Green Links campaign. Their generous support will also allow CVA to work with recovery teams providing community-based solutions to […]
Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) is pleased to announce a new Campaign Partnership with Veolia Environmental Services Australia and New Zealand. Veolia’s contribution will go towards bushfire recovery projects on Kangaroo Island and Cuddle Creek in the Adelaide Hills, which were severely damaged by the recent bushfires. CVA and Veolia will be focusing on two campaigns: […]
As the fires in eastern Australia are damped down by rain in many areas, the full extent of the losses for people, communities and wildlife are becoming painfully visible. Media reports on the scale of habitat loss are staggering, and many people want to help. At Conservation Volunteers we’ve started our hand-on response to the […]
Today we’re announcing an exciting new partnership which focuses on enhancing, restoring and protecting local waterways and habitat. Partnering with Western Sydney Airport, Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) will be doing community engagement and activation work in Western Sydney to restore and protect vital habitat for Threatened Ecological Communities and species. CVA Greater Sydney Regional Coordinator […]
In October we laid down a challenge. We put out the call to staff, conservation partners, corporate volunteers, Queenslanders and young people. We wanted to make a difference for the future of Koalas in the region. We wanted to plant them 20,000 new homes, in just two weeks.