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2022 Federal government elections

Northern Territory Federal Election Candidates

The Territory needs a political alternative. The NT Greens are supporting strong community leaders to run in the Federal election on May 21.

We're fighting for local action for climate and nature, tackling inequality and the cost of living, phasing out coal & gas, and delivering services that will give everyone a better life. 

MEET YOUR NT CANDIDATES Greens Policies

policy highlights

First Nations Policies

The Greens plan to develop a Treaty and begin the process of truth-telling and healing, and protect the rights of First Nations people and cultures

Clean up politics

Both the major parties take millions in donations from coal, oil and gas corporations, slowing down climate action. Let's stop then subsidies

Tackling the cost of living

Providing the services we all need to live a better life; from dental and mental health in Medicare, affordable housing, to wiping student debt.

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NT Greens Policies : 2020

Our plan to ban fracking

Fracking

Shale gas FRACKING is a threat to the NT that risks global climate impacts and ignores federal responsibilities

In 2018, the Morrison Liberal Government withheld GST funding from the Northern Territory until the fracking moratorium was lifted. The Gunner Labor government in the NT gave in to this blackmail.

Now, in the name of Covid-19 economic recovery, fossil fuel lobbyists and Morrison government bullies are pressuring the NT government to remove regulatory protections for the environment and communities. Given its track record, there is a very real chance the NT government will give in to this pressure too.

The Greens want an immediate, total, permanent ban on fracking.

 

boundless pollution  

Boundless possible, or boundless pollution?

Timothy Paris, Greens for Solomon

Last month, Bill Shorten announced $1.5 billion from the North Australia Infrastructure Fund for gas pipelines to open up the Beetaloo Basin. $1.5 billion is a lot of money and that much investment would kickstart any industry. What if, instead of propping up the mining industry we were to invest that $1.5 billion into solar energy infrastructure and create a renewable energy powerhouse; exporting energy to Australia and the world.

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