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Single-use plastics

Support the Queensland Government’s proposed ban on single-use plastics and say ‘see ya later’ to plastic waste!

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bushland

Wildlife Queensland is taking measures to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and help protect our members and supporters, staff and volunteers.

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Wildlife Queensland’s Queensland Glider Network was excited to be a part of Logan City Council’s Conservations Incentives Program Celebration Day on Sunday, 1 March.

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Wildlife Queensland calls on the New South Wales and Commonwealth Governments to urgently provide the necessary resources to determine the correct conservation status of the koala.

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World Wildlife Day 2020

This World Wildlife Day, Wildlife Queensland is asking its members and supporters to #DoOneThingToday to make a difference and help wildlife conservation.

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plastic waste

Wildlife Queensland supports a call on the federal government by the Boomerang Alliance and WWF-Australia to mandate that 100 per cent of plastic packaging will be reusable, compostable or recyclable by 2025.

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Lost opportunities for new national parks in Queensland: report

A new report recommends the ambitious strategic expansion of the national park system to save our unique wildlife, while also boosting the State’s nature tourism economy.

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Clean Up Australia 2020

Clean Up Australia Day is on Sunday, 1 March 2020. It’s the perfect opportunity to join with family, friends, neighbours and colleagues to remove all the rubbish accumulating in your local park, bushland, beaches and waterways before it kills our wildlife.

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In 2020, WPSQ’s conservation programs will focus on enhancing and building community awareness of native wildlife, restoring vital wildlife habitat and surveying and monitoring of conservation-significant species in South Eastern Queensland.

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Eungella National Park

The submission date for the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) review has been extended to 17 April 2020. Have your say and help strengthen our environmental protection laws.

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