The Joint Report was released on “National Threatened Species Day” – 7th September.

RSPCA Queensland records show that rescues of forest-dependent wildlife more than tripled from 2,331 in 2011 to 7,950 in 2016, with much of this increase put down to habitat destruction.

QLD This coincides with the news that more than 1 million hectares has been cleared in the past 4 years in Queensland.

Bulldozing of forests in Queensland has killed tens of millions of the wild Australian animals living there.

Why are we allowing this to happen? Who is responsible for allowing this to happen?
Scientists estimate tree-clearing in Queensland now kills 34 million animals each year: 900,000 mammals like koalas, possums, flying foxes and gliders, 2.6 million birds like cockatoos and 30.6 million reptiles including goannas, dragons, skinks and native geckos.

Koalas are front and centre of this animal welfare crisis and we all must do something to halt the carnage that has our native vegetation and wildlife on a fast track to extinction.

We are fast losing what makes Queensland, “Queensland”.

Please read more here: http://www.wwf.org.au/news/news/2017/tree-clearing-causing-queenslands-greatest-animal-welfare-crisis#gs.AvlXalw.

BIEPA Management Committee

It’s World Turtle Day today. Here’s one little hatching running the gauntlet of seagulls on Heron Island last month.
Run baby turtle run…good luck little one!
Video from the Queensland Conservation Council

Run hatching run

It's World Turtle Day today. Here's one little hatching running the gauntlet of seagulls on Heron Island last month. Run baby turtle run…good luck little one!

Posted by Queensland Conservation Council on Monday, 22 May 2017

BIEPA lodged, on 2nd September 2016, a Submission to the Queensland Government’s Advancing Climate Action in Queensland: Making the transition to a low carbon future discussion paper.
BIEPA was recently contacted by the government and asked if we would agree to having our Submission being made publically available on the Queensland government website.
The Four documents involved are available here in .pdf format, to read/download/print.

Steven Miles Submission on Climate Change policy 2_9_16

QCC Submission on Climate Change policy 2_9_16

ACF Submission on Climate Change 2_9_16

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On the weekend commencing 22nd March, 2013, BIEPA hosted the National Parks Association of Qld’s annual celebration of the creation of the state’s first National Park. The weekend was a huge success and culminated with over 60 peple attending the Seminar on Sunday.