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Group Description

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Queensland Conservation Council is the leading independent voice for the environment in Queensland.

Our vision is for a Queensland in which nature thrives, wildlife is protected, our industries don’t cost the earth, and our communities are in balance with the health of the ecosystem. QCC brings together Queenslanders who care about our natural environment and climate change. By working together we can make our voices heard and create a better future for our environment, our communities and our kids.

We act as the peak body for Queensland’s environmental movement, representing over 50 community environment groups across the state. We have been working to protect, conserve and sustain Queensland’s environment since 1969. QCC acknowledges that we meet and work on the land of the Jagera and Turrbal. We wish to pay respect to their Elders — past, present and future — and acknowledge the important role all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people play in protecting, conserving and sustaining Queensland.

In 2020 QCC consulted extensively with over 70 of our member groups and allies to develop a bold, new strategic plan to guide us through uncertain times with unprecedented challenges for the environment. QCC is excited about the directions that this plan outlines for the organisation and we are looking forward to working hard to reach some very ambitious goals. (sourced from website 4/11/2021)

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1969

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Conservation Council; Incorporated Association

Conservation

State

Queensland

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