It’s time to flip government disaster relief funding from reactive clean-up to proactive mitigation projects. With your help we can create a disaster resilient region.
The time has come to show your support for South East Queensland and turn the current ineffective and outdated system around.
To create disaster resilient regions, we must have proactive investment in on-ground projects that increase resilience/reduce flood risk and enhance waterways and landscapes, rather than governments simply pouring millions into clean up and recovery after the event.
SEQ needs YOU. Here’s how you can help.
- Sign our petition to pressure governments and show investors the importance of their impact by being part of the solution before disaster strikes with disaster preparedness strategies including on-ground projects to minimise the impact of future extreme events.
- Share your story with us online using the hashtag #SEQneedsYOU to remind others that the impact of natural disasters in SEQ is an issue that affects everyone and urgently needs to be addressed.
- Send this to others to spread the word and keep the attention on this important issue before, during and after the federal election.
- Safeguard our lifestyle for current and future generations by caring for our unique and beautiful land, waterways and wildlife.
To learn more about what we’re doing to support proactive investment in flood resilience, visit our dedicated #SEQneedsYOU campaign page below.
Healthy Land and Water is the National Natural Resource Management (NRM) body for South East Queensland, focused on protecting and enhancing the land, water, and environment of SEQ.
With a team of expert scientists and engineers, we deliver the South East Queensland NRM plan in partnership with industry, government, and community, working on dozens of projects that deliver world-class outcomes for the region. Including by:
- Directing investment in SEQ’s environmental future
- Delivering transformative environmental and community change
- Creating connections between people, place, and culture.