Why I am asking for your vote – Candidate response to Boonah & District Leader Question

Why I am asking for your vote – Candidate response to Boonah & District LeaderQuestion

As your member for Beaudesert and with the Greens with the balance of power, I want to develop a Queensland economy that is diverse and resilient and protects our way of life over the long term.

A year on from Fukushima, only Greens offer certainty on uranium in Qld

Only the Greens offer Queensland an entirely consistent position on uranium mining and the nuclear industry.

‘The ALP says that they will retain Queensland’s uranium mining ban, but they permit exploration and federally they are looking to expand markets for Australian uranium,’ said Queensland Greens lead candidate and candidate for Mt Coot-tha, Adam Stone.

Greens now only safe choice for voters wanting to dump labor

Today’s opinion poll showing LNP Leader Campbell Newman is likely to lose the seat of Ashgrove means voting for the LNP risks putting Queensland in a state of chaos and unprecedented uncertainty.

Andrew Bartlett, Convenor of the Queensland Greens, said the only certainty in voting LNP is that it risks total uncertainty.

Qld Greens give support to Rally for Tibet

Members of the Queensland Greens will give support to the Rally for Tibet to be held in Brisbane on Saturday morning.

"The plan is to walk from Chinatown in the Valley to New Farm Park," state spokesperson and candidate Libby Connors said.

"It is an expression of support for the 25 monks, nuns and civilians who have self-immolated over the past twelve months.

The Major parties need to explain HOW they will Stop the Quarry

The Stop the Quarry community meeting on Tuesday night was full of rhetoric and all the usual suspects saying how opposed they are to the quarry and how much they don’t want it to go ahead, but no mention from any of the major parties on how exactly they would do it once in power.

The Major parties need to explain HOW they will Stop the Quarry.

The Stop the Quarry community meeting on Tuesday night was full of rhetoric and all the usual suspects saying how opposed they are to the quarry and how much they don’t want it to go ahead, but no mention from any of the major parties on how exactly they would do it once in power.

Queensland Greens election campaign officially launched

Greens Leader Senator Bob Brown today officially launched the party’s state election campaign, supported by the Greens Queensland Senator, Larissa Waters.

The launch took place at the Bardon Conference Centre in the heart of the Mount Coot-tha electorate, one of the key seats the Greens are targeting in this campaign.

Developer donations and third party rights, South Brisbane

Developer donations and third party rights, South Brisbane

Greens push for clean up of dodgy donations

Greens Senator for NSW and democracy spokesperson Lee Rhiannon today  joined with  Greens Senator Larissa Waters and Greens candidate for Mt Coot-tha  Adam Stone to ramp up the Greens election push to clean-up donations in Queensland.

UNESCO not fooled on Great Barrier Reef

The health and future of Australia’s World Heritage icon, the Great Barrier Reef, is under investigation as Australian Greens environment spokesperson Senator Larissa Waters held a detailed and productive briefing with the United Nations mission team last night.