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Premier Newman must publicly support Renewable Energy in Queensland

According to Queensland Conservation (QCC), recommendations by the Commonwealth’s Expert Review Panel, to reduce or remove the Renewable Energy…

Queensland is Australia’s most littered state

Keep Australia Beautiful have launched the results of the 2013/14  National Litter Index to coincide with the 10th annual Keep Australia Beautiful…

Queensland Plan confirms State Government has it wrong on environment and clean energy

The Newman Government has wound back environmental protection and broken key promises on the environment. This has included the removal of support…

Australian Government Abandons Carbon Price

Despite polling consistently showing that a vast majority of Australian want action on climate change (a recent Roy Morgan poll shows 87% support for…

Queensland to open another coal fired power station

Stanwell Power Corporation, a State-owned utility, that used to own wind farms and be a leader in emission reductions, is now re-opening its…

Could you go without one coffee every week?

Every donation helps us to campaign for a better future for the Queensland environment. With a State election coming up in the next 12 months, every…

1600 more reasons for a Plastic Bag Free Queensland

With the Draft Queensland Waste Avoidance and Resource Productivity Strategy (2014-24) out for public comment until today (30 May), over 1600…

Budget Cuts Will Damage Our Environment

The Federal Governments budget will undermine efforts to rehabilitate the environment by the thousands of volunteers who care about our land, rivers…

QLD Government Approves More Threats to the Reef

Yesterday (08 May 2014) the Queensland Coordinator General approved the giant Adani Carmichael coal mine with stringent environmental conditions.…

Federal Budget must phase out Fossil Fuel Subsidies

Queensland Conservation has long argued that subsidies for coal, oil and gas development must be phased out. This position is consistent with the…

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