Looking for ways to get involved in Climate Action?
Already involved and wanting to connect with more like minded people?
We are looking for passionate people to join NQCC's newly formed Climate Action Townsville (CAT) group. This is a fantastic opportunity for individuals and local organisations to come together and act on Climate Change.
There are many different ways in which you can contribute to CAT, choose what resonates with you. There is something for everyone.
- Attend our fortnightly meetings at 114 Boundary St (or online via Zoom). Come together with like minded people and help organise, plan and implement Climate Action projects, events and activities. These will be held on a Friday afternoons. Check out our Events page for the next one!
- Join our CAT Facebook group share local issues and Climate Action activities and help us educate and inspire our local community to take action.
- Volunteer your time and skills to our projects, campaigns, market stalls, events and more.
- Assist with fundraisers - our month long 'Cool it for Climate' fundraiser will start in March 2022.
Please choose how you would like to contribute by ticking the boxes below and we will contact you as opportunities arise.
Queries? Contact us!
Tiff (Community Engagement & Fundraising): 0428 987 535/[email protected]
Crystal (Coordinator): 0406 421 061/[email protected]Become a volunteer
Our mission is to promote and protect the natural environment of North Queensland.
We are non-government, non-partisan and not-for-profit. We are run by North Queenslanders who live, work and play in this beautiful region and want to see it flourish for generations to come.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live. We acknowledge the strength and knowledge that First Nations people bring to our community and pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging.
The Burdekin Dry Tropics Natural Resource Management (NRM) Plan was officially launched on 26th August. It is the only one of its kind in the region and forms the blueprint for how the community can work together to protect and sustainably manage our natural resources for the next 10 years. Read the Burdekin Dry Tropics NRM Plan here.