chainsaws back in Queensland

To: storm <>,
Subject: chainsaws back in Queensland
From: Sonja Ross <>
Date: Tue, 14 May 2013 12:14:22 +1000
Hi Storm,

I wasn't meaning to criticise the "Places we love" campaign which I supported, 
but critical of governments.  

Since it has been successful and has involved so many groups, would there be a 
way to broaden it to include state issues since it is obvious that Queensland 
is not the only state where there are problems?


On 14/05/2013, at 11:35 AM, storm wrote:

> “Places we love” is/was solely aimed at the planned dismantling of the EPBC. 
> In that it succeeded as the current government has put on hold almost all of 
> its proposed actions. The devolution of powers relating to flying-foxes 
> continue.
> “Places you love” never tried to address the state based issues that are 
> becoming increasingly urgent.
> Clearly this is a political issue however, neither of the major parties 
> present a credible plan for the environment that doesn’t put “business” first 
> and the environment a long way back.

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