blighQUEENSLAND motorists will be able to offset their carbon emissions through a new scheme announced during climate talks today.
State Environment Minister Kate Jones and Transport Minister Rachel Nolan announced the Reverse the Effect program at Parliament House in Brisbane where the Queensland Climate Change Summit was being held. Under the scheme, motorists will receive a flyer with their car registration renewal notice giving them the option to also pay a fee to offset their carbon emissions.
Reverse the Effect program we really need in Queensland is a new government to reverse all the rubbish Anna Bligh and her lightweights are dreaming up.

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