Greens call on Queenslanders to Keep up the Pressure to Save Reef

 
  
 
After the revelations exposed by Four Corners program last week, the Greens continue to call on all parts of the community to keep up the pressure to save the Reef.
 

Passage of Straddie Act confirms Newman Govt's anti-environment agenda

 

Science Again Calls Christensen To Account

Over 2000 coral reef scientists meeting for a symposium in Cairns this week have listed human induced climate change as the most pressing and dangerous of all the threats posed to our Great Barrier Reef.

Clive Palmer ignored solution to toxic water

Mining billionaire Clive Palmer ignored expert advice about how to remove toxic water from his North Queensland refinery, says Queensland Greens spokesperson Dr Libby Connors. 

Boom to Bust for Gladstone: Qld Greens

State and federal governments will contribute to a boom-bust scenario for Gladstone if they allow more gas plants there, say the Queensland Greens.

Qld Greens call for end to cruelty in dugong and turtle hunting

17 March 2012

The Queensland Greens, including two Indigenous candidates for the state election, have publicly denounced the cruel and inhumane killing of dugong and sea turtles in Torres Strait as shown on ABC TV’s 7.30 program last week.

Greens Broadwater reject terminal decline

After LNP’s Cairns promise to deepen Trinity Inlet for greater shipping volume, Greens Candidates highlight the joint LNP-KAP promotion of the Broadwater cruise ship terminal scheme as further evidence of the rash partisanship of the two conservative parties.

Greens Broadwater reject terminal decline

After LNP’s Cairns promise to deepen Trinity Inlet for greater shipping volume, Greens Candidates highlight the joint LNP-KAP promotion of the Broadwater cruise ship terminal scheme as further evidence of the rash partisanship of the two conservative parties.

Qld Reef dump plan proves Bligh Government's environmental failure

 The Queensland Greens say that the latest announcement by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority of plans for coal port developers to dump spoil on the reef is proof that the Bligh Government is at best incompetent and at worst deliberately deceitful when it comes to its environmental record.

Qld Reef statement misses the elephant in the room

The Queensland Greens say that the evidence that fertiliser and pesticide run-off onto the Great Barrier Reef is reducing is great news but the state government is ignoring one of the greatest threats that the reef has ever faced and that is dredging for port development and heavy metal contamination from mining.