Greens candidates and policies best for workers

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.

What are the major parties hiding when it comes to uranium mining?

Media Release: Greens nuclear issues spokesperson Senator Scott Ludlam. Thursday, March 15th 2012

The LNP and Labor need to make their position on uranium mining in Queensland clear, the Australian Greens said today.

Old parties vote to stay in the dark on coal seam gas: Greens

Both the Government and the Coalition have chosen to stay in the dark about the real impacts of coal seam gas mining in Australia, by today voting down the Greens’ proposal for the first nation-wide coal seam gas Senate inquiry.

LNP attacking farmers and rural Queenslanders cost of living

“The latest election promise from the LNP is an outright attack on the rural residents of Queensland” said Mr Newson , The Greens Candidate for Nanango.    “Every farmer has either a ute, truck or motorbike, if not all of them to help with rural life and farm work”  

Greens top poll in WWF assessment of Coastal and Reef policies

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.

Greens condemn Tunnel traffic funneling reports

Queensland Greens lead candidate Adam Stone has condemned reports that road realingments around the entrances to the Airport Link tunnel will create bottlenecks and act to funnel traffic into the tunnel.

Greens tell Industrial Relations forum: Our policies are best for workers

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.

Building Queensland’s clean energy economy

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.

Greens focus on small business as mainstay of FNQ economy

“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. 

Vote for better public transport

In 21st century Queensland we can have a 21st century public transport system says the Queensland Greens lead candidate Adam Stone.