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A report released by The Wilderness Society, WWF-Australia and Queensland Conservation shows that Queensland's environment is in a state of decline after ten years of Labor in power. In response, the conservation groups are seeking a strong commitment from Queensland Premier Anna Bligh to usher in a new era of environmentally responsible policy to build on some of the successes and address the major deficiencies in areas such as climate change, biodiversity protection and water management

Paradise Lost?: A review of Queensland Labor Government environmental policies 1998 - 2008 rates the Government's performance in the areas of climate, water and biodiversity. It uses the State of the Environment Queensland 1999 and 2007 reports to track the impact of Queensland Government policies in protecting the environment.

Download the report here.

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