We need your help! Please help by telling us about your experiences accessing information held by the Queensland Department of Environment and Science.Keep reading >
In an historic community win against climate change, the Hague Court of Appeal has upheld a landmark ruling ordering the Dutch Government to cut the country's greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25 percent by 2020, from benchmark 1990 levels.
What does it mean for climate litigation in Australia?
Learn more about Queensland's public registers, so you can more be a more effective public watchdog of unscrupulous or inappropriate development - Brisbane, 13 November 2018.Keep reading >
EDO Qld was pleased to be able to meet with representatives from the Butchulla people in Hervey Bay during our regional tour. The Butchulla people are traditional owners of country in the Great Sandy region, including K’gari (aka Fraser Island) for which they have a native title determination.Keep reading >
EDO Qld senior solicitor Revel Pointon was on the road this month to provide community workshops around central coast Qld. We covered a lot of distance and a lot of different topics to empower regional communities to understand the laws and their rights to be involved in decisions that impact their health, environment and community.Keep reading >
EDO Queensland is turning 30 in 2019! Our volunteer profile series celebrates 30 years of volunteers, who are integral to the work we do. This time, EDO Qld Principal Solicitor Sean Ryan, recalls his experience as a student volunteer.Keep reading >
The Qld Parliament will vote soon on proposed laws that exempt public access to information around an important mining and gas fund, against the recommendations of the Office of the Information Commissioner. You can help stop this exemption going through.Keep reading >