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Christine Milne has resigned the Greens leadership. Oh, the humanity! - The Guardian
The GuardianChristine Milne has resigned the Greens leadership. Oh, the humanity!The GuardianChristine Milne has resigned the Greens leadership. Oh, the humanity! First Dog on the Moon. Christine Milne will retire from the Senate before 2016, and will be replaced by OH MY GOD A WATERMELON THAT WANTS TO TAX THE RICH. Wednesday 6 ...


Given our climate politics, who can blame Christine Milne for retiring? - The Guardian
The GuardianGiven our climate politics, who can blame Christine Milne for retiring?The GuardianRegardless of the surprise of the press gallery, anyone paying attention realised Christine Milne would have been thinking deeply about her future. With her first grandchild on the way, the planet's future would also have been brought into a stark new ...Christine Milne's departure a win for Tony AbbottSydney Morning HeraldChristine Milne resigns: School teacher rose to national prominence after ...ABC OnlineGreens leadership: Christine Milne was a snarling, negative leaderThe AustralianBusiness Insider Australia -NEWS.com.au -Farm Weeklyall 302 news articles »







Statement from Senator Christine Milne
Today Senator Christine Milne has resigned her position as Leader of the Australian Greens. Senator Milne informed the Party Room this morning in Canberra and a ballot for the new leader will occur today at 11.30am followed by a Press Conference at 1.30pm in the Mural Hall. The Tasmanian Greens preselection process for the 2016 election opens shortly. Senator Milne told the Party Room that having decided not to contest the election for another six year Senate term, she resigned as Leader. "It is with a mix of optimism, pride, excitement and sadness that I am resigning the leadership and leaving the Senate, Senator Milne said. "I have achieved what I set out to achieve when I took over the leadership. The Greens have gone from strength to strength with solid election results and a growing, engaged party membership. "I promised a more cabinet-style, collaborative approach to leadership. I am so proud of the way my colleagues have responded. We are a strong, capable, visionary Greens team


No time for looking back
I acknowledge that we meet here on land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, and pay my respects to their elders past and present. The year 2015 will be seen in retrospect as the year of step-change for solar and renewables more generally. 2013 marked the year that more renewables were deployed globally than fossil fuels.  In 2014 a Saudi-government backed conglomerate funded by their oil profits made history in a small, but very significant way when they won a tender to supply large scale solar in neighbouring Dubai. Without any subsidies of any form, they got the project up for just 6 cents a kilowatt hour. The Chief Executive of Bloomberg Finance has called this the ‘Hussein Bolt’ of the energy world – a record setter.  Interestingly the bid that came second would have also been a world record. What joy it brings us all to think that just four years ago costs for building large scale solar were around 35 cents per kwh. Despite these milestones,







We deserve answers on global warming
Tonight the “Minister for the Environment” Greg Hunt, and shadow Minister Mark Butler will be on Q&A.Will you ask the two old parties to explain how they can claim that they’re taking action on global warming while tearing down the RET and digging up more coal? TIPS: •    Use the hashtag #QandA •    Keep your tweets short, sharp and to the point•    Be timely! Q&A will be monitoring their twitter stream as the program is playing, so respond to what the panelists are saying (or not saying!) •    Follow us on twitter at @GreensMPs and Christine Milne at @SenatorMilne•    Twitter handles for the panellists are: @PeterSinger  @GregHuntMP  @Mark_Butler_MP  @amandavanstone  @mrs_truscott HERE ARE SOME IDEAS YOU COULD TWEET ABOUT: Renewable Energy  •    Today we've heard that the Labor and Liberal parties continue to g


I'm off to save planet, says Christine Milne - The Australian
The AustralianI'm off to save planet, says Christine MilneThe AustralianA key player in the introduction of the abandoned Gillard carbon tax, Senator Milne said yesterday that the Greens would continue to push the issue. “But the reality here is that with an Abbott government you are not going to get progress on anything ...Richard Di Natale: New Greens leader is a 4WD-loving sports fanaticThe Daily TelegraphAfter Shorten's shabby Milne send-off, can Labor's Greens resentment end?The GuardianMilne's rural report cardQueensland Country Lifeall 34 news articles »







Nick McKim to nominate for Greens in Christine Milne's vacant Senate seat - The Guardian
The GuardianNick McKim to nominate for Greens in Christine Milne's vacant Senate seatThe GuardianThe former leader of the Tasmanian Greens, Nick McKim, has confirmed he will seek to fill the Senate vacancy caused by the departure of Christine Milne. Milne resigned last week as federal leader of the Greens and announced she would not to seek ...State Greens MP Nick McKim confirms bid for Christine Milne's federal Senate seatSydney Morning HeraldMcKim's hand up for Greens Senate spotSBSMcKim puts hand up for Milne's Senate spotYahoo7 Newsall 6 news articles »


Christine Milne's Final Press Club Address as Leader of the Australian Greens
I begin by acknowledging the Ngunnawal people, the traditional owners of the land on which we meet and pay my respects to their elders past and present. In doing so I condemn in the strongest terms the Prime Minister’s decision last year to slash $500m from Aboriginal programmes and his decision to back Western Australian Colin Barnett in closing remote communities in WA, claiming they are a ‘lifestyle choice’. This funding must be restored in this year’s budget. After so long in politics working for the apology, working towards reconciliation, recognition in the Constitution; it is very clear to me that if we are genuine about reconciliation, closing the gap and respecting Aboriginal connection to country, then Australia’s history of forced dispossession must not be repeated. National stories only mean something if they are backed by consistent, philosophical action. That is what it will take to get the recognition in the Constitution that we need for Au










 
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