World Environment Day Members' Survey

To mark World Environment Day for 2020, we've opened up this survey to hear from the most important people in our organisation - our members! 

We want to know what it is that you value, what your main concerns are and what your vision for the future looks like.

This is a short and simple survey and your responses can be as brief or detailed as you wish them to be. 

On the evening of World Environment Day (Friday 5 June) we also hosted an online workshop to discuss these key areas. To read a summary of points raised at the workshop and by other survey respondents, visit our blog

Thank you for your input! We value your voice very much.

What do you love the most about North Queensland's environment?

Showing 5 reactions

  • David Bailey
    Q: Do we (NQCC) have your permission to use quotes from your responses in our marketing materials, alongside your name?
    A: Yes
  • David Bailey
    Q: Are there any further comments you'd like to add? If you wish to be contacted by us, please indicate so here, along with your preferred method of contact.
    A: NQCC is the prime local voice for the environment. A much broader base is needed to increase effectiveness.
  • David Bailey
    Q: What would you like the future to look like for NQCC and North Queensland as a whole?
    A: Far more appreciation of nature by the community and especially community leaders leading to a changed way of living that cares for the environment
  • David Bailey
    Q: What do you think are the biggest threats to our environment?
    A: Climate change, underlying which is human individualism, Ï am entitled do act for me without regard to the effect on others.
  • David Bailey
    Q: What do you love the most about North Queensland's environment?
    A: Many relatively intact areas, for example Yunbenun Magnetic Island