• Imagine a citizen-owned solar thermal plant, providing renewable energy and jobs. That's the aim with the People's Climate March being organised this September.

  • A new global project on climate change aims to collect Greens climate stories from around the world. What have you been up to? Get involved!

  • Before The Greens (WA) came into being, there were peace and nonviolence movements instigated by the Cold War. This is part one of the intriguing and complex story of how The Greens WA evolved.

  • Women can do anything — in life and at University, regardless of what education minister Christopher Pyne thinks.


At the start of his prime ministership Tony Abbott said, “We hope to be judged by what we have done rather than by what we have said we would do.” So to mark the first anniversary of the election of the Abbott government we take this timely opportunity to judge the Coalition’s actions and consider what could have been. 


Registrations are now open for the Australian Young Greens conference, to be held in NSW in October 2014.

Women can do anything — in life and at University, regardless of what education minister Christopher Pyne thinks.


Equal pay is not just about your salary. On Equal Pay Day today, it’s important we remember it’s not just women’s pay packets we need to act on but also their super balances.


Things have been pretty busy in the Northern Territory, with the fascinating spectacle of the gradual implosion of the Country Liberal government to watch, one by-election just over and another about to happen, and some major battles on our hands such as combating the extension and entrenchment of structural racism in our society, and stemming the NT frack-fest.

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


The Greens NSW are seeking an experienced campaign coordinator to take the leading role in coordinating the Party’s state election campaign for the 2015 State Election. The successful candidate will be highly motivated with energy and initiative, and a passion for progressive politics and values.


Authorities ranging from police to the Australian Taxation Office and even the RSPCA can easily and quickly request ‘metadata’ about your phone calls, emails and movements. Senator Scott Ludlam will discuss this disturbing trend and why every Australian should be concerned about it.

Ask not what your Party can do for you but what you can do for your Party... The Australian Greens are pleased to open nominations for all national positions to be elected in November.