Where the parties stand on our Environment Agenda
Ahead of the upcoming state election, QCC has developed an Environment Agenda for the next Queensland Government. The Agenda considers ten major environmental issues facing Queensland and proposes solutions for action the next state government could take. View the Agenda here.
We sent the Environment Agenda to political parties requesting a response statement, outlining how they intend to act on each of the policy proposals. So far we have responses from the Labor Party, Liberal National Party, and The Greens. We will update this page once we receive other submissions.
Make sure you know where the parties stand before you vote - click the image to open the full response:
|Labor Party Response
Further commitments were made by the parties after submitting these statements. These include:
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On October 13, Queensland Conservation Council co-hosted a debate between the politicians making the big decisions for nature and our climate this election, Queensland Environment Minister Hon Leeanne Enoch, LNP Shadow Environment Minister Mr David Crisafulli, and Greens MP for Maiwar Michael Berkman. They were asked questions on critical issues relating to the Environment Agenda.
You can watch a recording of the debate here.