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Call on Queensland Government to reject Acland Stage 3

Thursday 25 June 2015 Civil Society and environment groups call on QLD Government to reject Acland Stage 3 This week Queensland Conservation Council with over 20 civil society and environment organisations has sent an open letter to Queensland Parliamentarians urging them to say NO to Acland Coal Mine Stage 3. In an open letter released […]

Open-letter to Queensland Parliamentarians to reject Acland Coal Mine Stage 3

23 June 2015 Dear Queensland Parliamentarians, Queensland currently has an important choice about our future – whether to protect prime agricultural land that is the food bowl of our state, or to prop up the unsustainable coal industry. We are a diverse group of 22 organisations who represent a broad cross section of the community. […]

Strong targets on climate action post-2020 imperative

Strong targets on climate action post-2020 imperative Queensland Conservation Council today joined with 50 leading civil society organisations across Australia to call on the Australian Government to set a strong target for the upcoming Paris climate change negotiations. Queensland Conservation Council’s spokesperson Kirsten Macey, said the time to act is now. “The upcoming climate change negotiations […]

Strong Targets towards a Carbon Pollution Free Australia

This is an open letter calling on parliamentarians to commit to zero carbon pollution in Australia by 2050 Dear Australian Parliamentarians, We are a diverse group of 51 leading civil society organisations, representing a broad cross section of Australians. We encourage our leaders to take on the responsibility to do more to cut Australia’s carbon […]

Fairy Bread, Vegemite Worms & Cutting Carbon Pollution

We all love clean air, water and land – it’s what makes Australia great. And we all have great memories of enjoying Australia’s environment as kids. We want our kids to have them too. That’s why we need an ambitious, science-based pollution reduction target, to help stop dangerous levels of global warming. So that we […]