Greens ask why G20 agenda silent on unsustainable consumption

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Noisy work 'not curbed by plan'

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Sunshine Coast Council must refuse quad bike tours in Woondum

Woondum National Park, or Mothar Mountain as many locals know it, is an area of outstanding natural beauty and biodiversity that ought to be protected for the quiet enjoyment of all locals, not compromised by commercial quad bike tours, say the Queensland Greens.

National Threatened Species Day

The Australian Greens are calling for the federal government to keep responsibility for the protection of Australian wildlife in danger of extinction, on National Threatened Species Day today.

Surge in koala deaths show need for stronger environment laws

The recent and steep decline of koalas across Australia show that our national environment laws need to be made stronger and not weaker as the federal government is planning, the Australian Greens said today.

New Environment Minister fails on World Environment Day

The Queensland Greens claim that plans by Minister for Environment and Heritage, Andrew Powell, to devolve Federal government responsibility for environmental regulation to the States is bad administration and proof the LNP do not understand the principles of good government.

CSG methane leak disaster shows moratorium needed

 Video footage of coal seam gas bubbling from the Condamine River close to CSG mining operations shows the need  for a five year moratorium on this risky industry, despite the old parties voting against the Greens move to legislate for a moratorium in federal Parliament last night.

Greens’ candidate vows to become local Erin Brokovich

Jo Bragg, the Greens’ candidate for South Brisbane vows to become the Queensland equivalent of the famous environmental warrior from the US, Erin Brockovich, if elected on Saturday.