Queensland Opposition LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has promised to "plan for a future beyond coal."1

She's also pledged to mandate publicly-owned power companies to build renewables — creating good, secure clean energy jobs with a real future for local communities.

This is a historic shift in the right direction from the QLD LNP — recognising that Queenslanders deserve a future powered by clean, publicly-owned renewable energy.

But Frecklington is already copping flack from conservative voices within her own party.2 And if those voices aren't drowned out by supportive ones, there's a real risk these words don't turn into action.

Will you contact Deb Frecklington to show your support for her plan to move Queensland beyond coal?

[1] Deb Frecklington gives nod to green energy in Queensland, The Australian, 14 June 2018.
[2] Matt Canavan castigates colleagues over coal, The Australian, 15 June 2018.