Although The Greens doubled their representation in the Legislative Council in the March 2017 WA state election, we also lost a high-achieving MLC – Lynn MacLaren. 

Visitors to this planet would get the impression that we are really serious about sustainability, if they read about our international Sustainable Development Goals, but would worry about our seriousness if they observed what we actually do.

The recent upsurge in xenophobia, racism and demands for free speech to freely express these sentiments is reminiscent of the 1950s, when the White Australia Policy was in full swing. How, if at all, have we changed?

The term Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) conjures up a wide range of sins but we need to burrow down into the now ambiguous meaning of this term to draw evidence-based conclusions

This book dispels the myth perpetrated over the last 250 years that indigenous Australians were merely uncivilized, itinerant hunter-gatherers, but presents evidence that they extensively farmed and skilfully managed the Australian landscape. It won a 2016 NSW Premier's Literary Award

A reflection on the changing agricultural landscape of south-west WA and what the future may hold

WA 2.0 has been rebooted, to give a more detailed peak into a future that could be

On Wednesday 30 July, 70-80 WA Greens met in the State Library to discuss the outcome so far of the #BustTheBudget campaign.