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    Queensland Government response to the Smart State Council's sixth set of reports
    The Smart State Council was established in 2005 as a high-level advisory body to the Queensland Government on Smart State issues and trends. The Council is chaired by the Premier and includes Ministerial representation along with a Standing Committee comprising high level representatives from industry, academia and community sectors. Since the release of Toward Q2: Tomorrow’s Queensland in Septem

    Private Investment in tourism infrastructure
    Tourism on Queensland’s protected areas is an important contributor to Queensland’s economy. Tourism opportunities in semi-permanent low impact eco-tourism infrastructure on and adjacent to Queensland’s protected areas will be offered while retaining State ownership. Strict sustainability guidelines will ensure minimal impact on the surrounding environment and proponents will be required to dem

    Infrastructure Investment (Asset Restructuring and Disposal) Bill 2009
    Queensland’s fiscal position has been adversely impacted by the Global Financial Crisis, resulting in a substantial deficit. Given the present economic climate, the Queensland Government has committed to protecting jobs and continuing with a strong infrastructure program in an effort to maintain employment opportunities and to provide the basis for future growth and job creation. The Government

    Qld Timber Plantations Strategy
    The Queensland Timber Plantations Strategy (QTPS) is a commitment under the Queensland Government’s 2007 ClimateSmart 2050 Strategy and the 2009 ClimateQ: Toward a Greener Queensland document. The QTSP is a whole-of-government strategy designed to articulate and deliver on the Queensland Government’s policy objective of encouraging new private investment in commercial (large scale) timber plantati

    Biobased Industrial Products Sector Discussion Paper
    The bio-based industrial products sector is emerging worldwide as a growing and increasingly valuable and viable industry. Its development is being driven by the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the quest to achieve a level of energy independence and declining mineral oil resources. Queensland has the potential to become a leading producer of bio-based industrial products and technologies

    Qld RandD Investment Strategy 2010-2020
    The Queensland Research and Development (R&D) Investment Strategy 2010 – 2020 was prepared by R&D Queensland which is a whole-of-Government committee responsible for providing strategic oversight of the Government’s R&D activities. The Strategy addresses the challenge of maximising the returns from the Government’s investment in R&D on a whole-of-Government basis and aligns the State’s R&D object

    Geothermal Energy Bill 2010
    Exploration for geothermal energy has been under way in Queensland since 2005 under the Geothermal Exploration Act 2004. The purpose of the Geothermal Energy Bill 2010 (the Bill) is to provide a new framework for developing the exploration and production of geothermal energy and aims to encourage the growth of this clean energy industry in Queensland. The Bill also contains amendments to the Min

    Response to the Premier's Council on Climate change Working Paper 4
    The Premier’s Council on Climate Change provides strategic advice to the Queensland Government and is comprised of 12 members external to Government with expertise across key sectors. The Council developed its fourth Working Paper, entitled Capturing Carbon in the Rural Landscape: Opportunities for Queensland. The Council Paper includes 15 recommendations to the Queensland Government on policy and

    Food for a Growing Economy
    Queensland’s rich natural resources, tropical location, robust regulatory framework and investment in research and development (R&D) provide a competitive advantage for the production of high-quality, internationally competitive food. Population growth and rising affluence in developing countries presents significant opportunities for Queensland as a net exporter of food. However, major challenge

    Environmental Protection (Greentape Reduction) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2012
    The Greentape Reduction project commenced in 2010 with the aim to reform the licensing application and assessment process under the Environmental Protection Act 1994 to reduce costs for industry and government, uphold environmental standards for the community, and overall improve service delivery outcomes. The project rebuilds the approval processes for environmental licensing under the Environme

    Trade and Investment Qld Bill 2013
    In November 2012, the Treasurer and Minister for Trade commissioned Mr John Mickel and Mr Geoffrey Thomas to undertake a comprehensive review of Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ). The terms of reference encompassed all aspects of TIQ’s functions, structure and operations, ranging from resourcing and organisational capacity to the effectiveness of TIQ’s current service delivery priorities and

    Trade and Investment Queensland
    In November 2012, the Treasurer and Minister for Trade appointed Geoffrey Thomas and John Mickel to undertake a comprehensive review of Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ). The terms of reference encompassed all aspects of TIQ’s functions, structure and operations, ranging from resourcing and organisational capacity to the effectiveness of TIQ’s current service delivery priorities and overall s

    Appointment Trade and Investment Qld Board
    In November 2012, Geoffrey Thomas and John Mickel was appointed to undertake a comprehensive review of TIQ. The Report was presented in January 2013. The Report made 86 recommendations across the organisation, with key recommendations on TIQ's role and operations domestically and overseas, alignment of resources in current and emerging markets, and corporate structure and governance. Governme

    Queensland Science and Innovation Action Plan
    The Queensland Science and Innovation Action Plan has been developed to provide a framework for the State’s science and innovation activity across government. The Plan responds to the Government’s policy statement of “Science and Innovation for Economic Success” and directions established by the Commission of Audit to provide customer-focused services. The Action Plan articulates new goals and gov

    Appointment Chairperson Trade and Investment Qld Board
    In November 2012, Geoffrey Thomas and John Mickel were appointed to undertake a comprehensive review of Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ). The Report was presented in January 2013. The Report made 86 recommendations across the organisation, with key recommendations on TIQ's role and operations domestically and overseas, alignment of resources in current and emerging markets, and corporate s

    Appointment of Deputy Chairperson Trade and Investment Qld Board
    In November 2012, Geoffrey Thomas and John Mickel were appointed to undertake a comprehensive review of Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ). The Report was presented in January 2013. The Report made 86 recommendations across the organisation, with key recommendations on TIQ's role and operations domestically and overseas, alignment of resources in current and emerging markets, and corporate s

    Appointments to Trade and Investment Queensland Board
    The Trade and Investment Queensland Board (TIQ Board) was established in 2013 under section 16 of the Trade and Investment Queensland Act 2013 (the Act). Section 17 of the Act provides the TIQ Board is responsible for the way Trade and Investment Queensland performs its functions, including ensuring Trade and Investment Queensland performs its functions in a proper, effective and efficient way. Tr

    Queensland Tourism Investment Guide 2016
    The Queensland Tourism Investment Guide is a first for Queensland and is aimed at promoting tourism investment and providing investors with preliminary information about the investment fundamentals in Queensland tourism regions. The guide complements current investment attraction efforts, is a useful resource to attract investment interest in Queensland and provides a product to serve the governme

    Appointments to Trade and Investment Queensland Board
    The Trade and Investment Queensland Board (TIQ Board) was established in 2013 under section 16 of the Trade and Investment Queensland Act 2013. The TIQ Board is responsible for ensuring Trade and Investment Queensland performs its functions in a proper, effective and efficient way. Trade and Investment Queensland is the government’s lead agency responsible for facilitating and promoting trade and

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