The Queensland government launched one of the biggest projects the state will have around climate change.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk unveiled the Queensland Energy and Jobs plan, which estimates the state will reach a 70 per cent of renewable energy by 2032 with a $62 billion investment.

The project includes wind and solar farms, pump hydro energy storage, and more. 

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Produced By: Eduardo Jordan

Featured In Story: Maggie Mckweon – Climate Campaigner from the Queensland Conservation Council

First aired on The Wire, Thursday 29 September 2022