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A farewell to Richard Di Natale

28 August, 2020 - All good things must come to an end, and this week marks the end of one of the best. In this excerpt from his valedictory speech to the Senate...

What’s the point of art in the Anthropocene?

28 August, 2020 - As we grapple with the worst environmental crisis of our species alongside the worst economic crisis of our lifetime, what even is the point o...

Ten years of making change happen

28 August, 2020 - It’s ten years since Adam Bandt was elected to the House of Representatives and the Greens formed a minority government with Labor. Looking ba...

The future of higher education hangs in the balance

28 August, 2020 - Universities have been among the hardest hit by the pandemic, and now funding to certain degrees is being slashed. But in contrast to the gove...

An ode to rubbish

28 August, 2020 - There’s no question the waste crisis is something we must address from the top-down. But there’s something to be said for viewing rubbish thro...

One to watch: why next month’s NT election matters

24 July, 2020 - The Northern Territory is facing an election on August 22. NT Greens candidate for Nightcliff Billee McGinley explains why this election is so i...

Hope in the time of climate change

24 July, 2020 - Finding hope in a world spiralling into climate disaster – while watching on hamstrung as the government fails to act on it – can feel impossibl...

How the housing crisis has worsened during COVID-19

24 July, 2020 - In addition to the usual social justice aspects of evictions, there are now compelling public health reasons to stop them. By Kate Davis &nb...

The challenging road ahead

24 July, 2020 - It’s fair to say it’s been a rough month for all of us, particularly for those of us back in lockdown. But it’s also a time for solidarity – and...