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ENG: The Australian Greens, commonly known as The Greens, is an Australian green political party. The party was formed in 1992 and is today a confederation of eight state and territory parties. Other than environmentalism the party cites four core values: ecological sustainability, social justice, grassroots democracy and peace and non-violence. Leader: Christine Milne Deputy Leader: Adam Bandt Founded: 1992 Ideology: Green politics source September 17, 2010 updated: 2013-07-29
for32against   I clearly support it. Australian Greens is quite good party. For instance, because it ... (if I wanted to write why it is good, I wrote it here), positive
for3against   Having too much say. Too idealistic, not in touch with reality, Keith
for2against   You have only one MP - what a cheek to dictate your extreme policies to Australians. i.e. Where is your mandate for the carbon tax????, frolly
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Greens want loans tied to cash rate moves

The Australian Greens will be seeking backing from the federal parliament to make retail banks offer mortgages and small business loans that are linked directly to movements in the official cash rate. The proposal comes after something of a stand-off by the big four banks after the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) cut the cash rate on Tuesday. It was broken by the ANZ Bank on Thursday when it announced it would be pass on the full reduction to mortgages and small business loans. The other major banks - Commonwealth Bank of Australia, National Australia Bank and Westpac - have yet to ...

Australian Greens Move to Scrap ‘Extreme’ Anti-Terrorism Law

The Australian Greens party is pushing to repeal an anti-terrorism law introduced by former Prime Minister John Howard’s government, saying it was rushed through Parliament and undermines human rights.Greens Senator Scott Ludlam said aspects of the law are “extreme,” vaguely worded and undemocratic and he will introduce legislation today to scrap them.“You can be convicted for ‘recklessly possessing a thing,’ whatever that may be, or expressing political dissent,” Ludlam said in a statement. “You can be questioned and detained for prolonged ...

Green groups plea on climate

Environmentalists have issued a last-gasp plea to the federal government not to cop out on climate change.The government will announce its crucial 2020 target for greenhouse gas reductions on December 15.There is mounting speculation the government will opt for a relatively modest cut of five to 15 per cent.More than 50 green groups have penned an open letter to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd urging him to slash emissions by up to 40 per cent, for the planet''s sake."We urge you to stand up to the pressure from the big polluters and adopt a strong emissions reduction target that will keep alive the ...

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When we walked out on Pauline Hanson, we reached out to decent Australians
Friday, September 16, 2016 Senator Richard Di Natale The Guardian Teaser This could be be the most divisive parliament in Australia’s history. But by standing up to racists, the Greens can help bring communities together.
The Omnibus Omnishambles
Thursday, September 15, 2016So here we are: it is about 20 to nine on the last sitting day of this session, most of the press gallery have gone to sleep and most of the rest of the country have almost certainly switched off from whatever might be going on in this building. Obviously, that is exactly what the government had in mind. Tomorrow's headlines, turned into Saturday's fish and chip wrapper, will be that the government did something or other to fix the budget. Tonight the vacuous emptiness at the heart of this government is laid bare, and that is why they are so happy to see it pushed to a vote in the dead of night. It is a government empty of purpose and direction in open civil war with itself, with a bunch of yesterday's men whose ambition is only outmatched by their mediocrity. And this week is the anniversary of the overthrow of Mr Tony Abbott. How fitting! He was already two years past his use-by date by the time his colleagues threw him under a bus. He was replaced by some
There is opportunity in our climate crisis, but we must take a different direction
Friday, September 16, 2016This week has been a big one for me. From dawn to late at night, I have been flat out, bumper to bumper. I know most of my fellow senators know how I feel. So I want to put my response to the Budget Savings (Omnibus) Bill 2016 in this context. In between speeches, press conferences, the highs and lows of first speeches, and meetings about agriculture, rural women, human rights and equality for same-sex and gender-diverse people, there is one meeting that I have had this week that stands out. I squeezed it in on Tuesday. It was squashed between a RRAT committee meeting and a press conference on the marriage equality plebiscite. It was with Dr Andrew Glikson, an experienced, senior, wise scientist from ANU—an earth and paleo-climate scientist. Dr Glikson has taken it upon himself to brief whichever parliamentarians will listen to him about the existential threat to our survival that we face due to global warming and the climate crisis that
BP modelling shows a spill would devastate SA
Friday, September 16, 2016Following the release of explosive oil spill modelling from mining giant BP, their plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight should be rejected, the Australian Greens have said. "Here we have it, straight from BP themselves," South Australian Greens Senator, Sarah Hanson-Young said. "The environmental and economic impact of a spill on the marine life, fisheries and tourism industry of South Australia would be absolutely devastating. "BP's attempts to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight should not be allowed to go ahead. "It's no wonder that this process has been so secretive from the get go, with BP sitting on devastating modelling like this. "The entire SA coast, Victoria, WA, Tasmania and NSW are all in the firing line if BP have a Gulf of Mexico style disaster in the Great Australian Bight. "NOPSEMA cannot, in good conscience, allow this project to go ahead."  Media Contact: Noah Schultz-Byard 0427 604 760

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