The Tasmanian Greens
Clean, Clever, Creative
Clean, Clever, Creative
With a State election fast approaching, the Tasmanian Greens ask you to support us so that we can protect our precious places, transform our economy and defend our schools.
Senator for Tasmania
I'm an economist, a surfer and a tireless advocate for Tasmania's stunning natural environment.
Leader and Senator for Tasmania
I am proud to be the Leader of the Australian Greens and bring to the table 30 years experience as a community and environmental activist.
Tasmanian Greens Leader, MP for Franklin
I pledge to keep working hard to represent the people of Franklin.
MP for Bass
I am ready to deliver practical solutions and good outcomes. I believe in a fair go and will always stand up for education, healthcare, clean water and cheaper power bills.
MP for Denison
I pledge to continue working hard to deliver better public transport, support for vulnerable Tasmanians and to protect the places we treasure.
MP for Lyons
The Tasmanian Greens will deliver clean drinking water, cheaper power bills, fairer water and sewerage bills, better public transport, and more public housing for people in real need.
MP for Braddon
I am delighted and honoured to represent the North-West and West Coast communities that make up Braddon. There is so much fantastic potential across this electorate that vision and hard work can turn into reality, and that is what I intend to do.
Almost two million Australians voted for The Greens in the 2010 federal election and support is growing fast!
The Greens provide a real alternative to the tired, cynical politics of Labor and the Liberal party. Unlike the two old parties, The Greens have a proud (and Tasmanian) history of standing up for what is right, not just what is easy or what polls well.
The Greens are much more than an environmental party. While promoting meaningful and common-sense solutions to ensure future generations of Australians have clean air, clean water and clean soil, The Greens are also working in many other areas to champion integrity, decency and fairness.
As well as representing constituents, The Greens speak on behalf of those who wouldn’t otherwise get much of a say inside parliament: children, refugees, students, individuals and families living in poverty and, of course, our natural environment.