Ban new development in Sydney's Wildlife Corridors – stop massive tree loss

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Glenn Gerrard
Sep 10, 2021
Soon there will be nothing left for our children!

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shelagh kemm
May 21, 2021
We need every contributing tree to the canopy keeping the temperature of the city down, under a little control, allowing our beautiful wild life and plant life to travel the natural corridors that they have used for centuries.

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Mike Pickles
Apr 19, 2021
I'm signing because I am disgusted at the removal of so many mature trees and I think it is generally a bad site.

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Benita Dwyer
Mar 7, 2021
With all of the technology and smarts we now posses, there is absolutely no excuse for any new builds or infrastructure projects to destroy what’s left of our bushlands. Renewable and sustainable projects are the only logical way forward, that works with nature not against it.

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Benita Dwyer
Mar 7, 2021
With all of the technology and smarts we now posses, there is absolutely no excuse for any new builds or infrastructure projects to destroy what’s left of our bushlands. Renewable and sustainable projects are the only logical way forward, that works with nature not against it.

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Suzanne Duyster
Feb 16, 2021
Where are all the nature lovers and environment supporters? We need them all to sign! Has there been any independentand objective media coverage on this issue? That will help create awareness and promote this petition (if asked), creating more support and signatures.

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Jill Green
Jan 21, 2021
With so much development in Chatswood this corridor is vital for wildlife to travel from north to south and vice versa

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Therese Horsington
Jan 18, 2021
What a disaster & disgrace.
From 25 trees to 255 trees  !!!

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David Smith
Jan 18, 2021
Stop short sighted narrow minded greedy developers, whose only concern is the cheapest tackiest way to a fast buck!

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Robyn pettit
Dec 31, 2020
we need to preserve wildlife corridors in the suburbs