Paperbark March 2024

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March in North Queensland saw another mass coral bleaching event, flash flooding and the highest king tides many of us have ever seen. 

Our climate is growing more chaotic, our environment is facing increasing pressures and our political landscape appears to be increasingly dynamic and unpredictable. Here at NQCC, we're building our capacity, to ensure North Queensland's environment has a powerful voice in these challenging times.

This month, we welcomed Luna Prince to our team, as our new Community Campaigner. Luna is already proving to be a great asset to our organisation, and will help to connect you and our broader community to our campaigns and on-ground activities. 

Local government elections have kicked off the start of a massive year for NQCC, and our capacity building starts with our grassroots supporters. If you can help, consider becoming one of our invaluable donors, members or life members (if you're not already!). 

I hope you enjoy this jam-packed edition of Paperbark.

- Crystal, NQCC Coordinator

In this edition:

  • NQCC News
    • Ministerial Environment Roundtable
    • REZ Roadmap
    • Lake Eyre Basin Strategic Plan
  • Coming Up
    • AYCC Climate Justice and Artmaking Workshop
    • Webinar: Why nuclear isn't the solution
    • Green Drinks
    • Rise Up: 12 days of action
  • Take Action
    • Yunbenun National Park renaming
    • Volunteer with us!

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