Paperbark February 2024

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February was a particularly wet month for North Queensland, but it wasn't enough to dampen our spirits! We presented at a committee hearing for the Energy Transformation and Jobs Bill, engaged with students at JCU's O-Week Market Day, attended a Delegates Conference with civil society leaders from across the Queensland Community Alliance, held several energising volunteer meetings at our office and hosted a Mayoral Candidates' Forum - not bad for the shortest month of the year!

I expect we'll be kept busy in March with the Ministerial Environment Roundtable, engaging with newly elected/re-elected local government representatives and selecting and on-boarding a new Community Campaigner (watch this space!). 

This edition of Paperbark is a very tight wrap of our activities over the past few weeks. I hope you enjoy the read!

- Crystal, NQCC Coordinator

In this edition:

  • NQCC News
    • Candidates Forum
  • Coming Up
    • 50th Anniversary Project: planning meeting
    • Green Drinks
  • Take Action
    • Winchester South Coal Mine
    • Federal Nature Laws
    • Queensland's Climate Targets
    • Volunteer with us!



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