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1 week 1 day ago

Cassy O'Connor MP | Greens Leader

We are in the midst of a climate emergency and opening up a new coal mine is a recipe for a climate catastrophe.

The world must be transitioning to clean, green energy but the Tasmanian Government is backing in a coal mine.

2 weeks 3 days ago

Cassy O'Connor MP | Greens Leader and Mining spokesperson

In an age of climate emergency, any government that enables coal mining is committing a crime against nature and future generations.

2 weeks 3 days ago

Cassy O'Connor MP | Greens Leader and Member for Clark

Glenorchy City Council Alderman, Kelly Sims, is doing the right thing by her constituents in acknowledging the climate emergency.

2 weeks 4 days ago

Rosalie Woodruff MP | Greens Justice spokesperson

The move to build a new prison is foolish, regressive policy and is apparently the Liberals’ idea of vision.

3 weeks 1 day ago

Cassy O'Connor MP | Greens Leader

Labor and the Liberals voted together, yet again, to let down young Tasmanians.

After last night uniting to vote against the Greens' motion to support the climate strike movement, today they refused to take responsibility.

3 weeks 1 day ago

Cassy O'Connor MP | Greens Leader and Forests spokesperson

Forest Stewardship Council auditors delivered their assessment report to ‘Sustainable Timbers Tasmania’ on the last Friday in May this year, four months ago.

3 weeks 2 days ago

Cassy O'Connor MP | Greens Leader and Forests spokesperson

3 weeks 3 days ago

Rosalie Woodruff MP | Greens Environment spokesperson

Reports of yet another penguin attack is truly devastating news. The little penguin deaths at Bicheno are the last thing the local community, bird lovers and conservationists would want to hear.

3 weeks 3 days ago

Cassy O'Connor MP | Greens Leader

Thousands of young Tasmanians, and community members who care for their future, gathered to strike on Parliament Lawns and around Tasmania last Friday.

3 weeks 3 days ago

Cassy O'Connor MP | Greens Leader

United in their opposition to transparency and scrutiny, both Labor and the Liberals voted against the Greens’ move to clean up Question Time and restrict the amount of time Ministers can waffle on, not answering questions.

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