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QRC's Energy and Climate Change position
Energy & Climate Change
30/06/2021
The QRC and its members are committed to working together to achieve energy security while taking proactive steps towards a low-emissions economy. An orderly transition to a low-emissions economy will require an integrated set of national policies, which are technology-neutral. These policies must be within the framework of Australia’s participation in global agreements, including the Paris Agreement, which includes greenhouse gas emission reduction commitments from major emitting nations.
2022 Minesite Rehabilitation Scholarships now open
Scholarships
28/09/2021
Applications for the 2022 Minesite Rehabilitation Scholarships are now open. Applications close 10 December 2021.  Two postgraduate scholarships are on offer in 2022 for innovative research into ways to improve land rehabilitation measures for Queensland coal mines. Applications may be aligned to one or more of the following research priorities: Sustainable post-mining land uses including: native ecosystem rehabilitation esp. listed communities and success criteria, rehabilitation of