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Sarah Hanson-Young
Senator for South Australia

Greens to push Labor for minimum wage for artists

1 February, 2023 - Labor's reported backtrack on a minimum wage for artists adds more weight to the Greens' call for a Senate Inquiry into the Government's Nati...

Greens welcome National Cultural Policy, will move for Senate Inquiry to investigate details

30 January, 2023 - The Greens have welcomed the Albanese Government’s National Cultural Policy as an important opportunity to end the decade-long government neg...

Funding fix needed to sustain national cultural institutions

18 January, 2023 - The Greens are calling for a long-term funding fix to sustain cultural institutions as part of the Albanese Government’s National Cultural Po...

Political sponsorship of Iranian actress, Katayoun Riahi

17 January, 2023 - Australian Greens Senator for South Australia Senator Sarah Hanson-Young is acting as a political sponsor for Iranian actress, Katayoun Riahi...

COP15 deal for nature puts Australia on notice

20 December, 2022 - Greens Environment Spokesperson Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, who has been in Montreal with the Australian Delegation for the global biodivers...

Govt's enviro law reforms lack urgency and climate action

8 December, 2022 - Responding to the Albanese Government's response to the 'Samuel Review' released today, Australian Greens Spokesperson for the Environment Se...

Greens call for the establishment of a Music Australia agency as part of the upcoming National Cultural Policy

30 November, 2022 - On the last day of AusMusic Month, the Greens are calling for the establishment of a government agency Music Australia. Music Australia w...

Plibersek must step in to stop mismanagement of critical water resources in the Northern Territory

28 November, 2022 - The Greens are calling on the Federal Water Minister to intervene to stop mismanagement of critical water resources in the Northern Territor...

Damning land clearing report highlights urgent need for stronger environment laws

22 November, 2022 - A report released today highlights the urgent need for Australia’s environment laws to be reformed to prevent further destruction of critica...

Plibersek must stick to Murray-Darling Basin Plan at Water Ministers meeting tomorrow

11 October, 2022 - The Greens are calling on Federal Water Minister Tanya Plibersek to stick to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan at tomorrow's Ministerial Council ...

Plibersek should rule out BHP Peak Downs mine expansion in koala habitat immediately

7 October, 2022 - The Greens are calling on Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek to immediately rule out approving BHP’s proposed Peak Downs coal mine expansion...

Zero extinction unachievable with new coal and gas

4 October, 2022 - The Albanese Labor Government will fail to achieve its 'no new extinctions' objective if it continues to open new coal and gas projects, the G...