Queensland Conservation Council

 

 

Our story
 

In 1969 a small group of people got together to share ideas. They were bushwalkers, divers, nature lovers and geologists who shared a growing concern that the things which made Queensland unique were being lost.

More than forty years later the group they founded is Queensland’s leading voice for environmental protection. We’re plugged in to what conservationists want and how government works. We’re fiercely independent and totally focussed on protecting, conserving and sustaining the nature of Queensland.

 

What we do
 

We consult with our member groups. We talk to business, government and communities. We apply the latest scientific research to develop policies which we use to convince government to take action. We hold meetings and summits to bring together experts and get people talking. We monitor progress and we rate the performance of governments and their programs. 

 

 

Contact Information: 
166 Ann Street
4000 Brisbane Qld
Australia
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