Think you deserve a right to clean air and clean water?
Sign our petition calling on the Attorney-General to amend the Human Rights Bill 2018 to include a right to a healthy environment!Keep reading >
EDO Qld has merged with EDO Ltd. Please visit our new website at https://www.edo.org.au
Queensland’s environmental laws are there to protect our health, our communities, and our natural environment. But unless they’re enforced they’re nothing but words on a page.
Sign our petition calling on the Queensland Government to properly enforce our environmental laws.Keep reading >
Concerns remain over the Toondah Harbour Development and the project's impact on the protected RAMSAR wetlands and migratory birds, turtles, dugongs and koalas. Understand the assessment process, your rights and how to have your say on development applications.Keep reading >
Amidst concerns for water use in the Murray-Darling Basin region, EDO Qld is working with government and stakeholders to ensure changes to the water regulation framework are sufficiently strong to better protect our water resources.Keep reading >
EDO Qld welcomes the Productivity Commission’s earlier recommendation that extractive industries be subject to the same rules as everyone else, and calls on the Government to better protect our water resources through the same transparent and strong regulation and planning.Keep reading >
EDO Qld CEO Jo Bragg talks current Queensland government policies and actions relating to climate change and reviews actions and potential actions by the State and local governments with respect to planning and development.Keep reading >
The Economics and Governance Committee of Queensland Parliament tabled its report No. 6, 56th Parliament - Mineral and Energy Resources (Financial Provisioning) Bill 2018 on 20 April 2018. Improvements are still needed.Keep reading >
The State Development, Natural Resources and Agricultural Industry Development Committee of Queensland Parliament has tabled its report on the Vegetation Management and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018. The Committee has recommended that the Bill be passed, along with seven further recommendations.Keep reading >