The Eco Preservation Society isn't forcing one to take extreme steps, but rather encouraging each of us to take a minumum of one eco friendly step toward becoming more sustainable. If most of us take one step then as a complete, we could make a substantial difference.
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The Eco Preservation Society isn't forcing one to take extreme steps, but rather encouraging each of us to take a minumum of one eco friendly step toward becoming more sustainable. If most of us take one step then as a complete, we could make a substantial difference.
The Eco Preservation Society is a membership, educational and networking organization specializing in the promotion of sustainable human action focused on achieving positive environmental effects. Our job is to market study, travel and instruction applications that advance environmental awareness and facilitate public consciousness with a call to action.
Mission Statement
The Eco Preservation Society is a membership, educational and networking organization specializing in the promotion of sustainable human action focused on achieving positive environmental effects. Our job is to market study, travel and instruction applications that advance environmental awareness and facilitate public consciousness with a call to action.

Wildlife Queensland's Quoll Seekers Network recently completed a three-month infra-red camera monitoring project looking for spotted-tailed quoll at Mt Perry in the Flinders Peak region, South-East Queensland.

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Two new plant species have recently been described and recognised as part of the established native flora of Queensland.

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Join the challenge ... choose to refuse single-use plastic this Plastic Free July!

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The Queensland Government’s Red Imported Fire Ant Eradication Program is continuing throughout South East Queensland. Find out how you can report suspect fire ants and help rid Queensland of this introduced pest.

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Find out how the non-profit Pollinator Link® project is helping to bring the bush to city backyards with simple DIY projects delivering water, food and shelter for wildlife. 

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Australia’s vastly diminished Spectacled flying fox population faces a new threat to its survival following a recent federal decision granting the relocation of a significant roosting colony of spectacled flying foxes in Cairns.

The post Wildlife Queensland opposes relocation of endangered spectacled flying fox colony at Cairns City Library appeared first on Wildlife Preservation Society Queensland.

Wildlife Queensland and its partner The Boomerang Alliance have welcomed the reopening of cafes, restaurants and food outlets, as long as they can be managed as COVID-safe places.

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More day-use areas and walking tracks in national parks and state forests across Queensland will reopen this weekend, as part of the Stage One relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions.

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Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch team commenced its fifth season of platypus eDNA sampling in waterways across the greater Brisbane region this week.

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In our present Covid captivity, please spend some time thinking about, observing, reading about, or even writing about, the natural world. It can have a calming influence.

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As the world negotiates the challenging and ever-evolving social, economic and health impacts of the global novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many people are contemplating what kind of economy and society they want in the post-pandemic world.

The post Keeping our environment and wildlife top of mind during the COVID-19 crisis appeared first on Wildlife Preservation Society Queensland.

Natural tree hollows are declining due to the pressures of urbanisation and land clearing. You can provide a supplementary hollow and help protect wildlife in your area by installing a nest box.

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Running from 18-24 May, National Volunteer Week is an annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution that volunteers make to our community.

The post Celebrating our volunteers: National Volunteer Week 2020 appeared first on Wildlife Preservation Society Queensland.

Wildlife Queensland's Queensland Glider Network was excited to be a part of Logan City Council’s Conservations Incentives Program Celebration Day on Sunday, 1 March.

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The Palaszczuk Government today announced that some popular areas in National Parks in Queensland will re-open next Saturday, following a relaxation in guidelines from the Chief Health Officer.

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Frog hotels are a great way to encourage more frogs to visit your garden while giving them a safe space to live in.

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Wildlife Queensland's Queensland Glider Network was excited to be a part of Logan City Council’s Conservations Incentives Program Celebration Day on Sunday, 1 March.

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A personal message of thanks and support from Wildlife Queensland President Peter Ogilvie.

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The Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN) recently visited David Fleay Wildlife Park on Queensland’s Gold Coast where a Richmond birdwing captive breeding program is currently underway.

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Have you spotted a quoll in the Mary River Catchment? Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network is on a mission to find quolls in the Mary River Catchment – and they need your help!

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Wildlife Queensland's Queensland Glider Network was excited to be a part of Logan City Council’s Conservations Incentives Program Celebration Day on Sunday, 1 March.

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Now's the time put on your citizen science hat, learn about the environment and its wildlife, and help contribute to conservation and wildlife recovery efforts ‒ all from the comfort of your backyard or living room!

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Stronger environmental laws and measures are needed to better protect and conserve our native wildlife and vital habitats. Now is the time to demand action!

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As reported by the Psmag website, it looks like we’ll lose one of the planet’s biggest remaining rainforests by the year 2100. It’s the unbelievably precious Congo Basin rainforest, and between the years 2000 and 2014 it lost an area bigger than Bangladesh. Africa’s Congo Basin is home to the world’s second-largest rainforest. But if deforestation carries on […]

As a B-Corp certified company committed to building a more sustainable world, RTS is dedicated to providing innovative waste management services that facilitate proper recycling. However, greenwashing and fraudulent recycling practices are, sadly, part of an industry that is struggling to keep up with demand. Here we look at some of those issues and how our detailed diversion […]

The environment is being dramatically affected due to climate change. It’s causing glaciers to shrink, ice on rivers to break up earlier than it should, animals to relocate and trees to flower sooner. It’s predicted by scientists that, because of greenhouse gases, global temperatures will continue to rise for several decades. But, how can we […]

According to The Independent, a number of teeny, tiny toads discovered deep in the Brazilian rainforest are very unusual indeed… they actually have fluorescent skeletons, bones that glow in the dark, and the glow might help them communicate with each other. Meet the new toads on the block – Pumpkin Toadlets The new kids on the […]

It was just like something from a novel. When the vast carcass of a juvenile Humpback whale was found washed up inland in a remote mangrove swamp, fifty feet from the vast mouth of the Amazon river, it was a complete mystery. It’s strange that a humpback whale was on the north coast of Brazil […]

Becoming an eco-friendly company that focuses on sustainability could have a beneficial impact on your bottom-line in the coming years. In addition to reducing your overhead costs, transitioning to environmentally sustainable practices could also attract new clientele. Those are just a few of the reasons why so many constructions companies are now going green.  Save Costs […]

Environmentalism has become much more than a trend, and has grown into a worldwide movement in recent decades. From the commercial sector and the benefits it brings to businesses, all the way to the residential realm where mindful homeowners are thinking of new way to cut energy consumption, eco-friendliness has become an inextricable part of […]

What can you do when a magical place several thousands of miles away runs into trouble? You buy a chunk of it to conserve. Or that’s what the Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh is planning to do. A daring rescue plan to save 5000-year-old trees Apparently some of the world’s oldest trees might just be […]

Despite numerous perks, the problem with the modern world is that it’s closer to extinction that we can realise. By doing lots of things that have a negative impact on our planet, we have jeopardised the future of Mother Earth and everyone living on it, and it’s high time we did something about it. Making […]

The Guardian has reported about the fact that while pristine rainforests are essential for wildlife and humans, we’re losing them just as fast as ever. Apparently literally millions of hectares of pristine tropical rainforest were lost to deforestation during 2018, as revealed by a new satellite analysis, and it looks like beef, chocolate and palm oil are the major […]

Support the Queensland Government's proposed ban on single-use plastics and say 'see ya later' to plastic waste!

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Wildlife Queensland is taking measures to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and help protect our members and supporters, staff and volunteers.

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Wildlife Queensland's Queensland Glider Network was excited to be a part of Logan City Council’s Conservations Incentives Program Celebration Day on Sunday, 1 March.

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Wildlife Queensland calls on the New South Wales and Commonwealth Governments to urgently provide the necessary resources to determine the correct conservation status of the koala.

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This World Wildlife Day, Wildlife Queensland is asking its members and supporters to #DoOneThingToday to make a difference and help wildlife conservation.

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Wildlife Queensland supports a call on the federal government by the Boomerang Alliance and WWF-Australia to mandate that 100 per cent of plastic packaging will be reusable, compostable or recyclable by 2025.

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A new report recommends the ambitious strategic expansion of the national park system to save our unique wildlife, while also boosting the State’s nature tourism economy.

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Clean Up Australia Day is on Sunday, 1 March 2020. It’s the perfect opportunity to join with family, friends, neighbours and colleagues to remove all the rubbish accumulating in your local park, bushland, beaches and waterways before it kills our wildlife.

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In 2020, WPSQ's conservation programs will focus on enhancing and building community awareness of native wildlife, restoring vital wildlife habitat and surveying and monitoring of conservation-significant species in South Eastern Queensland.

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Results from a recent survey conducted by Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network (QSN) under an environmental grant from Logan City Council show positive indications of spotted-tailed quolls in the Logan City Council local government area.

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Australia’s Environment Ministers have issued an agreed statement of their intention to pursue a nationally consistent approach to address the negative impacts that ‘opera house’ yabby nets have on Australia’s native wildlife, in particular on platypus.

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The submission date for the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) review has been extended to 17 April 2020. Have your say and help strengthen our environmental protection laws.

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It was all about spreading the love on our February 2020 Batty Boat Cruise. As the sun went down we witnessed a truly amazing flying-fox fly-out over the beautiful Brisbane River.

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Protected areas and the future of wildlife conservation: threats and opportunities Protected areas are the cornerstone of efforts to safeguard biodiversity; they are the best available means to ensure the recovery and survival of our threatened native animals and plants.

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The final Batty Boat Cruise for 2019 was an evening of relaxed cruising on the Brisbane River, a stunning sunset and flying-fox fly-out spectacular!

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Tamielle Brunt and Judith Vink report on an alarming recent find in an area that attracts an abundance of aquatic wildlife.

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