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Last Updated on 12 March 2012


It is easy to confuse acronyms such as LACA and LARC.

LACA Logan & Albert Conservation Association is one member of the Logan & Albert Rivers  Catchment Association LARC


9 May 2011  7.30 pm

Beaudesert Hotel

 Brisbane St Beaudesert

Click on LARC logo in right hand column to read media release and contact details

Simon Warner CEO SEQ Catchments South East Queensland Catchment Association is guest speaker

For more information contact President Dale Anderson 0407663472 or Secretary Mathew Arkinstall 0429618147


International POPs Elimination Network

Last Updated on 12 March 2012

150150stockholm1.jpgThe International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN) is a global network of more than 600 public interest non-governmental organizations working together for the elimination of persistent organic pollutants, on an expedited yet socially equitable basis. This mission includes achieving a world in which all chemicals are produced and used in ways that eliminate significant adverse effects on human health and the environment, and where persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and chemicals of equivalent concern no longer pollute our local and global environments, and no longer contaminate our communities, our food, our bodies, or the bodies of our children and future generations.

The participating organisations of IPEN are those NGOs who have endorsed the IPEN Stockholm Declaration and the IPEN Dubai Declaration for a Toxic Free Future. They call upon all government and stakeholders to work together to reform chemicals assessment and management, laws, policies and practices to achieve a Toxics-Free Future by 2020 in all countries. 

In addition to the organizations names and country of origin, further contact information may be available from the IPEN Secretariat from an email to  ipen[at]ipen.org.





National Toxics Network

Last Updated on 12 March 2012

frypanbottle_ntn.jpgThe National Toxics Network (NTN) is a community based network working for pollution reduction, protection of environmental health and environmental justice for all.
NTN was first formed in 1993 and since then has grown as a national network to support community and environmental organisations across Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

NTN provides non-government organisations (NGOs) with a national and international voice on chemical and toxics issues. As the Australian focal point for the International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN), NTN hosts the international IPEN working group on community monitoring and body burden and works towards the full implementation of the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) 2001 and other global chemical conventions.

Internationally, NTN has represented Australian and global NGOs at the OECD Chemical Joint Meetings and is actively involved in the Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety (IFCS) providing an Australian focal point for their INFOCAP information and capacity building program.

Contact the National Toxics Network
PO Box 173
NSW 2479

Email info[at]ntn.org.au Phone 02 6687 1900 or use the form here.

An egroup has been set up by the National Toxics Network (NTN) to enable useful discussion of the toxics-reduction policies and alternatives to toxics (eg perfume-free public spaces, organic farming) the effects of toxics and regulatory and other controls of toxics in order to prevent or manage exposure to organisms and contamination of environmental media (air, water, soil, dust, sediments, wastes, etc). To join this group see this page.




Last Updated on 12 March 2012


Please contact QAWF Inc email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or phone Jeanie 0408 006 544 Angus 07 3254 4596 or Merilyn 0418 777 112  to help
KEEP FLUORIDE OUT OF QUEENSLAND'S WATER!   Volunteer your expertise in any area  All assistance gratefully appreciated and used wisely.

There are many links from the home page relating to environmental health impacts of fluoride in water and also as a food additive. Of note are the comments by  Professor Trevor A Sheldon [tas5(at)york.ac.uk] that statements that mislead the public about a water fluoridation study review have appeared in the media. He comments "The review did not show water fluoridation to be safe. ... The report recommended that more research was needed."

The above Gold Coast Water Watch Citizens' Action Group www.qawf.org   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To quickly email all 89 QLD Members just click the provided links in sequence. This will call your mail program and set up a message with up to 15 email addresses from the spreadsheet and put them into the "Bcc" box of the email. Please enter your name and address in each email and feel free to alter the text as supplied.  QAWF would appreciate a Bcc copy of any email sent to MPs; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. is included in the first MP list.




Last Updated on 26 November 2015

teeth_fluoride.jpgThe Fluoride Debate website by: RESIDENTS OPPOSING WATER FLUORIDATION E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This page is maintained by The Rivermouth Action Group Inc as a community service. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Information topics include these listed below. Each has its own link from the home page.

1. Tooth Structure and its Implications     2. Aqua fluoridation - a total dud
3. Toxicity                                                        3a. Merck Index
3b. How to Treat Fluoride Poisoning        4. Medical Misinformation
5. AMAQ's Misinformation                           6. Was the NHMRC hoodwinked about water fluoridation?
6a. The Evidence                                          7. The Sulfuryl Fluoride Insanity
8. Egg Fluoridation experiment                 9. Adverse Health Effects
10. Teeth                                                       11. The Courier-Mail peddling misinformation
11a. Has The Courier-Mail had a change of mind?                                                                12. Vested interests in Water Fluoridation
13. Views of Prominent People                                                                                                   14. Fluoride Toxicity Awareness Campaign.
15. Sample Petition                                                                                                                        16. Some Debate
17. Debate from New South Wales [Above compiled and summarised by Heimen Julius]

18. Other Fluoride information                                                                                                      19. Rense.com file

20. Dentist. What they say!                                                                                                             21. Queensland Against Fluoridation Inc

22. Other sites




Australian Network of Environmental Defenders Offices Inc (ANEDO)

Last Updated on 12 March 2012

edo-home.gifANEDO the Australian Network of Environmental Defenders Offices Inc  consists of nine independently constituted and managed community environmental law centres located in each State and Territory of Australia. Each EDO is dedicated to protecting the environment in the public interest.

They provide legal representation and advice, take an active role in environmental law reform and policy formulation, and offer a significant education program designed to facilitate public participation in environmental decision making.

For information about State and Territory laws, follow the links from this page or contact the EDO office in your State or Territory for details.

To contact the convenor of the Australian Network of Environmental Defenders Offices about national or international issues, please

e-mail the ANEDO Convenor edonsw[at]edo.org.au.

The National EDO Network is involved in numerous environmental policy initiatives. It is constantly reviewing existing laws in order to identify deficiencies and promote environmentally friendly law reform. It makes frequent submissions to governments on regulatory developments. Submissions can be accessed from this page including EPBC Act Submission, Submission on the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme Green Paper and many more.




Australian Science Media Centre

Last Updated on 12 March 2012
 Australian Science Media Centre (AusSMC)
The Australian Science Media Centre (AusSMC) is a first port of call for journalists looking for science information and expertise for their stories. It is a non-profit organisation, free of bias, that aims to make evidence-based science available to everyone by giving scientists more of a voice on important issues of the day.

Planet Ark

Last Updated on 12 March 2012
Planet Ark
Planet Ark works to show people the many ways they can reduce their day to day impact on the environment - at home, at work and in the community.Planet Ark is non-political and endeavours to work with whichever government is in office to bring about environmental change. Planet Ark is non-confrontational and does not protest or hold demonstrations. Instead it aims to appeal to the general public who perhaps feel uncomfortable protesting, but none the less still want to help the environment.
Planet Ark is a not-for-profit organisation. Planet Ark is largely funded by corporate sponsorship working in partnership with businesses and organisations that want to help bring about real environmental change. Planet Ark asks for lifestyle change, not loose change! When Planet Ark began it was decided not to seek public membership or subscriptions. Rather than asking for money, this has given the freedom in public education campaigns to focus on showing people the simple changes they can make in their lives that will lessen their impact on the environment.

Australian Association of Bush Regenerators

Last Updated on 12 March 2012
Australian Association of Bush Regenerators
AABR was established in 1986 out of concern for the continuing survival and integrity of bushland and its dependent fauna in or near bushland areas, and seeks new members and friends for promoting good work practices in natural areas. The Association's aim is to foster and encourage sound ecological practices of bushland management by qualified people, and to promote the study and practice of Bush Regeneration.

Save Our Waterways Now

Last Updated on 12 March 2012
Save Our Waterways Now
SOWN is a community organisation working to restore the habitats of creeks and waterways in the catchments of Enoggera, Ithaca and Fish Creeks in Brisbane's north and west.
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