State Policies | Australian Greens
We are committed to creating an ecologically sustainable future, integrating social, economic and ecological imperatives.
The Greens (WA) are committed to establishing a system that encourages real participation in a truly democratic process.
The Greens (WA) are committed to real conflict resolution through the empowerment of people and the proliferation of nonviolence
The Greens (WA) are committed to building a fair, equitable and humane society based upon justice and consideration for all
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a special connection with the land and have rights to self-determination
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The Tasmanian Greens recognise that the palawa pakana people had prior occupation of lutruwita, the land now known as Tasmania, for tens of thousands of years prior to the arrival of the first Europeans.
Agriculture pea farm
The Tasmanian Greens believe that Agriculture plays a pivotal role in Tasmania’s economy and culture and is a key source of employment in rural and regional areas.
The Greens (WA) support a resiliant agricultural sector and will support farmers to remain on the land and earn a healthy return on their produce
The Greens (WA) recognises community concerns about air pollution and are committed to solving air quality problems
The Greens (WA) believe that harm minimisation is the most effective way to manage legal and illicit drugs
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The Tasmanian Greens believe that animals are sentient beings, capable of feeling and able to apprehend suffering. They have identifiable rights, and humans have the responsibility to protect these rights.
An orange chicken.
Read the full policy on pets, farmed, native and wild introduced animals.
The Greens (WA) believe that the welfare of animals must be respected with regard to both the survival of the species and protection of individual animals
Read the full policy about the arts, cultural activities and creative industries.
The Tasmanian Greens are committed to a community where the creative enterprises are supported and where enjoyment of creative activities is encouraged and promoted.
Governments are responsible for helping to facilitate the arts through funding and the provision of appropriate facilities
The Greens (WA) support Zero Waste programs entailing reducing, recycling and recovery of discarded products, materials and green waste
The protection and conservation of biodiversity is essential for the well-being of life on Earth, including human life.
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Biodiversity and ecosystems maintain earth’s life and climate. Read the full policy.
Children playing in the sun
Children have a right to a loving and nurturing environment free of neglect, physical, emotional and sexual abuse, exploitation or discrimination
The Greens (WA) are commited to immediate, strong and sustained action on climate change by reducing our emissions of greenhouse gases
Climate Change - end of coal
Tasmania is well placed to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide an example as to how climate change can be addressed.
Sea Ice Patterns.
Climate change is the single greatest threat to the viability of ecological systems and human societies. Read the full policy.
Braemar Power Station - Coal Seam Gas.
Coal & coal seam gas (CSG) mined in QLD is a major source of greenhouse gases on a national and global scale. Read the full policy.
Coastal Marina
The Tasmanian Greens recognise that our coastal environment is of prime ecological, economic, social, and cultural value.
Community Development - Student on footpath
All Tasmanians have the right to participate in society and in all aspects of public life to the fullest extent of their interests and abilities.
A well-funded community service sector is crucial to the provision of high quality services to strengthen social infrastructure
Emblem of the legislative council chamber of the Parliament of New South Wales.
All individuals have a right to a safe, peaceful and ecologically sustainable existence, free from crime and fear of violence. Read the full policy.
Multiculturalism is respect for and celebration of diversity of culture, including language, beliefs, customs and traditions
A clock face.
More than twenty years after Queensland last trialled daylight saving, it is now time to trial daylight saving again. Read the full policy here.
Greens supporters at a media event during 2015 Queensland Election.
Our democratic and electoral institutions should aim to empower individuals. Read the full policy.
Tasmanian Parliament
The Greens believe that in a rapidly changing world our public institutions and civic life need nurturing and constant renewal in order to function well.
A person in a wheelchair.
All people, including those with disabilities, have a right to independence, self-determination and choices in their lives. Read the full policy.
The Greens (WA) is committed to the inclusion, equal status and recognition of all people with disabilities
The Greens (WA) are committed to identifying and eliminating the causes of domestic violence
Transparent chemistry glass tubes filled with substances.
A harm minimisation approach is the most appropriate way to reduce the adverse health, social and economic consequences of drug use. Read the full policy.