The Queensland Greens have welcomed the assessment by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) that they have by far the strongest election commitments for protecting Queensland's coasts and marine environment, and the hundreds of thousands of jobs that depend on it.
Queensland Greens lead candidate Adam Stone has told the biggest industrial relations debate of the election campaign that the Greens are now clearly the party which best defends and promotes the rights of workers and unions.
The Queensland Greens today released their energy policy for the state election, proposing an upgrade to Queensland’s feed-in tariff system.
Greens’ lead candidate Adam Stone said the policy would not only lead to reduced carbon emissions, but would also generate jobs in a growth industry.
“In FNQ, we must urgently shift the direction of our regional economy to focus on supporting diverse and resilient locally owned businesses, rather than simply the boom and bust cycles of mining and construction,” says Greens’ Barron River candidate Dr Elaine Harding.
Australians are overwhelmingly opposed to the Government’s approvals for dumping of dredge spoil in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, revealed by a new Galaxy poll released today.
Adam Stone, lead candidate for The Greens and candidate for Mount Coot-tha, welcomed Galaxy Poll results that suggested that 91% of Australians oppose the Federal Government’s approvals to dump dredged waste from coal port terminals in the Great Barrier Reef world heritage area.
Palliative care is one of the failures of Queensland Health under Labor.