Solar Powered Boat Improves Tourist Experience And Boosts The Bottom Line

Friday, 23 October 2015

A solar powered boat at a remote western Queensland eco tourist resort has improved the experience enjoyed by visitors and boosted the bottom line.

Community Organiser – Queensland Conservation Council

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

The Queensland Conservation Council (QCC) is the peak not-for-profit coordinating body for conservation and environment groups across the State. They are looking for a Community Organiser to expand the work of QCC and support its member groups in campaigning for environmental protection. For more information about QCC, visit our website, at www.qldconservation.org.au. For more information about the position, contact Jeremy Tager on (02) 6679 5529 or 0400 376 974.

Location: Brisbane, Queensland.
Working hours: Part time, Contract.
Salary: $62,000 pa plus super.
Applications close: Friday, 19 December, 2014.
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Field Organiser – Get Up Australia

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

The Queensland Government has just announced it intends to help pay for Indian coal mogul Adani to build Abbot Point and the Carmichael mine. GetUp members have funded massive legal challenges, rallied in the streets, run newspaper ads against banks, shared videos exposing the atrocious track record of Adani, successfully lobbied investment banks to rule out investing in these projects and so much more. They are seeking a Field Organiser who will help organise offline campaign in Northern Queensland to defend the Reef and ensure that the Reef is the number 1 issue of the State election.

Location: Townsville, Regional Queensland.
Working hours: Full time, Contact.
Applications close: No Deadline – please apply as soon as possible.
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Biggest coal mine approved

Monday, 28 July 2014

A huge new coal mine – the largest in Australia – in Queensland’s Galilee Basin, was approved by the federal government today.



Monday, 12 September 2011

Stories & images of survival, loss and courage from the Queensland floods.

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