We hope you can join us at our Climate Policy Forum!
We will be discussing our State’s climate policies and providing input to the Queensland Conservation Council’s recommendations for what the next version of Queensland’s Climate Transition Strategy should look like.
Wide Bay Burnett Environment Council encourages anyone concerned about climate change impacts on our region to have an input at this forum.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided (please advise if you have any dietary requirements).
Places are limited, so please RSVP to Mike Moller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0423 932 431 before midday 13 April. In your response, please advise which forum you will be attending.
Why it’s important
Our states and territories need to take a lead role in tackling our greenhouse gas emissions and avoiding dangerous climate change. If we want to protect our State’s vulnerable species and ecosystems and build an economy that has a role in future zero net emissions markets, we need stronger policies to guide effective action.
The Qld Government’s Climate Transition Strategy is a good starting point to help us reach zero net emissions by 2050, but missed opportunities and challenges remain. For more information, see QCC’s briefing papers here.
We believe the conservation, NRM, industry and community sectors have an important role to play in feeding into and improving our Government’s climate policies.
We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the day,
WBBEC & QCC
RSVP to Mike Moller at email@example.com or 0423 932 431 before midday 13 April.
Please note: This Forum has been organised as part of QCC’s Climate Project with funding from the Queensland Department of Environment and Science Community Sustainability Action Grant Program.
- April 19, 2018 at 9am – 1:30pm
Bundaberg Brothers Club
Bauple & Bundaberg, QLD
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0423 932 431