Strategies in Action


Queensland NMBI Action Kit

This Action Kit makes it easy to help build NMBI public support. There are social media auto-share links, materials and tips for talking with your local MP or election candidates, and hardcopy petition sheets for collecting signatures.

Just go ahead in whatever way suits you! Or, submit the I Can Help form at the bottom of this page and we’ll email campaign materials to you. There’s something even the busiest people can do – if that is you, we can email you the latest auto-share Facebook/Twitter links just when there is something we’d particularly like you to share.

Social media links to share

Click the images above or click here or here or here to share the above Facebook posts.

Click the images above or click here or here or here to share the above Tweets.


Click here to share the above infographic on Facebook.
Click here to share on Twitter.

For talking with state MPs

Take a look at the Qld NMBI Talking Points to familiarise yourself with the issues involved with banning new climate-damaging projects in Queensland.

A NMBI Q&A doc can be downloaded here for your own reference. Or, you may wish to print a copy to take along when you speak with your local MP or for an info stall at an event.

The model No More Bad Investments (NMBI) legislation can be downloaded from
http://www.green-innovations.asn.au/RSTI/NMBI.doc

Statement of Support sheet for state MPs

Download the above sheet as a pdf file, print, then ask your local MP to sign. Take a photo (landscape orientation preferred) of them holding up the signed sheet, and email it to us for inclusion on this website and social media.

See the MPs and election candidates who have signed so far at https://www.cedamia.org/qld-nmbi-supporters/.

Qld NMBI survey sheet for MPs or election candidates

See the survey results received from candidates in the 2017 state elections at https://www.cedamia.org/qld-candidate-survey-responses/.

For stalls, events, etc.

Hardcopy petition sheets

Click to download and print the Qld NMBI Hard copy petition sheet, and ask people to sign at stalls, markets, public events, or anywhere really!