The Conservation Council of WA (CCWA) is the state’s foremost not-for-profit, non-government conservation and environment organisation.
We have been a prominent and forthright voice for conservation for more than 50 years working directly with the government, media, industry, community groups, and political parties to promote a more sustainable WA and to protect our natural environment.
From the rugged far-north of the Kimberley, to the green forested South West, to our amazing coastline and unique marine life, CCWA speaks for the protection and conservation of all nature in WA. This is achieved by working closely with government, political groups, the media, industry and communities.
CCWA represents more than 100 environmental organisations across Western Australia, with tens of thousands of engaged individuals statewide. This broad collective of like-minded groups and individuals creates a vibrant and passionate community, dedicated to the conservation of our unique and diverse state.
Campaigning and lobbying on a wide range of environmental issues, CCWA and its wider network not only strive towards meaningful change at a local level but to tackle critical environmental challenges on a much larger scale.
Much of our organisation’s work has spanned decades and today covers four broad policy and campaign areas: Nature and Wildlife; Waste and Recycling; Climate Change, Energy and Fossil Fuels and Environmental Regulations and Pollution Control.
Whether it’s protecting our local environment and culture, getting our hands dirty by facilitating citizen science, or promoting sustainable development—CCWA is dedicated to ensuring that our future generations have a clean, healthy and rich natural environment to enjoy.
Together, we represent more than 100 environmental organisations across Western Australia, which have joined as Member Groups.