Calls on Senator Colbeck to resign over disastrous World Heritage delisting attempt

Alec Marr, who was part of the Tasmanian environment groups delegation to the World Heritage Committee meeting, has called on Senator Richard Colbeck to resign for his role in the failed attempt to delist 74,000 ha from the Tasmanian World Heritage Area.

Alec Marr said on Radio National Breakfast this morning that Senator Colbeck has "done more damage to Australia's standing in the World Heritage Convention than...anything else in the last 30 years" and should resign immediately.

Listen to the full interview here.

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  • Bob Hawkins
    commented 2014-06-28 15:33:04 +1000
    No point appealing to Colbeck to do anything of the sort. His mind is closed to rational argument. He and all the other destructive Liberals that back Tony Abbott must be got rid of as a political force in Australia. The planet’s well-being will always be threatened by those who cannot see that we are indulging in mass bio-murder and the extinction, by suicide, of the human life form.
  • Mike
    commented 2014-06-24 18:54:43 +1000
    My comment is: What the hell was Alec Marr doing there?