Our Policies

Aboriginal Affairs

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 p…

Agriculture

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 are…

Animal Welfare

The Tasmanian Greens believe that animals are sentient beings, capable of feeling and able to apprehend suffering. They have identifiable rights, and humans hav…

Arts

The Tasmanian Greens are committed to a community where the creative enterprises are supported and where participation in, and enjoyment of, creative activities…

Climate Change

The Tasmanian Greens recognise that the Earth’s climate is changing and that the scale and pace of this warming is caused by human-induced greenhouse gas emissi…

Coastal and Marine Protection

The Tasmanian Greens recognise that our coastal environment is of prime ecological, economic, social, and cultural value. We also acknowledge that Tasmania’s co…

Community Development

The Greens believe that every person has something special and unique to contribute to our community. These opportunities can best be realised by creating a com…

Democracy and Participation

The Tasmanian Greens believe that democracy depends upon the effective participation of all citizens in the political life of the community and that, in a rapid…

Economic Development

Tasmania must continue to make the transition to a clean, clever, low-carbon and creative economy, becoming a world leader and a centre of excellence for key in…