Bat Advocacy NSWs legal challenge against the eviction of Grey Headed Flying Foxes from Sydney’s Royal Botanical Gardens is defeated in court.
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Please join us for the opening of the Remnant/Emergency Artlab – incorporating the outcomes of what has now been informally called the ‘Batlab’ – an investigation of the future relationships that we must foster between ourselves and other species – in this case the wonderful, mysterious ‘Grey Headed Flying Fox’. TUESDAY 30th Nov - exhibition
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, 18 November 2010: Remnant/Emergency ArtLab Kicks off in Sydney The ArtLab team with Natalie Jeremijenko (NYU), have taken residence at ARTSPACE , Woolloomooloo where they will work for the next two weeks. “ We have commenced clinical trials investigating what a better bat/human partnership looks like. These trials involve researching common
Commonwealth Environment Minister Peter Garrett’s decision to approve the dispersal of grey headed flying-foxes from Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney is being challenged in the Federal Court by Bat Advocacy NSW. “We are concerned that the Minister may not have taken into account some very important matters when making his decision.” said Bat Advocacy’s Storm Stanford, [...]