MDBA Sets Out the Work


The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has published the Murray–Darling Basin Compliance Compact, which sets out an agreed workplan for governments and the MDBA. The Ministerial Council agreed at its December 2017 meeting to develop a Compliance Compact as one of the key recommendations from … [Read more...]

Renewables Don’t Dent Coal


Despite claims from renewable energy advocates, the world is sticking with coal as the preferred fuel of choice for power generation. While green advocates would have us believe the fossil fuel is dead, coal sales are booming with BP analysis show shows that over the past 20 years renewable … [Read more...]

Queensland Commits


Queensland today joined with other Murray Darling Basin states and the Australian Government in committing to the Murray-Darling Basin Compliance Compact to ensure the future of Queensland water users who rely on it to manage their farming operations. Through this agreement, Queensland will now … [Read more...]

Have Your Say on Old Mine Sites

Old mine site

The State Government has released its Abandoned Mines Discussion Paper today and they’re asking for feedback from communities on how to manage old mine sites. Mines Minister Anthony Lynham says Queensland has a rich mining history, but with that comes a legacy of old mine sites which need … [Read more...]