Green Magazine

January 2020


This is what the climate emergency looks like

This summer has been terrifying – and the arrogant and inept response of the government has been infuriating. Despite it all, our Greens team remains hopeful.

The long-lasting health impacts of the bushfires

As a doctor, Richard Di Natale explains the long-term health impacts of these fires, the changing climate, and what it means for us and future generations.

How the bushfire emergency threatens our ecology

More than a billion animals have been killed by fires across the country. We need a climate and environment policy that is fit for the crisis we’re in.

Also this month

What you can do to help in the midst of the bushfire crisis

It’s been a terrifying and tragic start to the new year. And while you might feel helpless, there are some practical things you can do to help that will really make a difference.

The Australian Greens’ bushfire policy

There has been a lot of misinformation spread recently around Greens policy on hazard reduction. Attempts by LNP politicians and right-wing pundits to blame the Greens represent the worst kind of dishonest politics and fake news. The Australian Greens’ policy supports hazard reduction burns and backburning to reduce the impact of bushfires when guided by the best scientific, ecological and emergency service expertise.