The Australian Greens
yesterday at 23:41. Facebook
George Brandis. All talk, no accountability.
The Australian Greens
yesterday at 20:44. Facebook
The Australian Greens
yesterday at 19:26. Facebook
"He wanted us to turn on each other, but what he did was make us come together.”

This Muslim Comedian's Speech About Australians Coming Together Is Just Fantastic

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The Australian Greens
yesterday at 07:29. Facebook
"The con now relies too on the myth that coal doesn’t really pollute. Or that carbon pollution won’t change the global climate – even as this occurs before our eyes."

Defining clean to include dirty

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The Australian Greens
yesterday at 04:22. Facebook
As Senator Sarah Hanson-Young said: what a farce.

What a farce.
ENGIE puts profits over supplying power, SA Power Networks sits back and lets Malcolm Turnbull and his coal-juggling clowns on the front-bench blame renewables for SA's latest blackout - that affected an additional 60,000 homes because of SAPN's computer glitch, and AGL, who banked more than $700 million in profits last year just...
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AGL fail to front electricity inquiry

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The Australian Greens
yesterday at 03:13. Facebook
Rather than bickering, the government needs to get on with the job of much-needed reforms to help with housing affordability.

Read our comprehensive naitonal housing roadmap at greens.org.au/housing

Capital gains tax reform still on the table

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The Australian Greens
02/19/2017 at 23:16. Facebook
I wonder if these headlines are related?
The Australian Greens
02/19/2017 at 21:31. Facebook
While the government talks up the chances of building coal power plants with money set aside for CLEAN energy, here's more evidence of ongoing coral bleaching on the reef.

Images of new bleaching on Great Barrier Reef heighten fears of coral death

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The Australian Greens
02/19/2017 at 07:02. Facebook
This is amazing.
The Australian Greens
02/19/2017 at 04:00. Facebook
"The Coalition is considering changing the Clean Energy Finance Corporation rules to fund new coal-powered plants."

How. About. No.

SIGN NOW: Tell the Liberals to go Beyond Coal

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The Australian Greens
02/19/2017 at 02:35. Facebook
Coal is dirty. Coal is harmful. Coal is more expensive than solar and wind.

The CSIRO's clear advice is that the best way to cut pollution and make our electricity grid stable is through renewables and storage.

"The only way new coal plants will be built is if the government props them up," – Adam Bandt

Coalition says it may change Clean Energy Finance Corporation rules to fund coal plants

theguardian.com
The Australian Greens
02/18/2017 at 23:06. Facebook
Sure, but it's not like this (or those donations to the Liberals) has anything to do with government walking away from renewables and obsessing about fossil fuels or anything. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Mining industry tipped millions into pre-election clean coal campaign

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The Australian Greens
02/18/2017 at 08:24. Facebook
The Australian Greens
02/18/2017 at 02:07. Facebook
This is abject cruelty.

Nothing more.

Malcolm Turnbull has again refused an offer from New Zealand to take 150 refugees from the hell-hole on Manus Island.

NZ offers to take refugees from Manus Island detention centre

sbs.com.au
This is the deeply sad reality of Centrelink's automated debt program. It is indiscriminate, impersonal, intimidating and completely unnecessary.

Centrelink’s debt collection ‘pushed him over the edge’

thesaturdaypaper.com.au
The Australian Greens
02/17/2017 at 06:17. Facebook
They knew and yet persisted with targeting vulnerable people.

That says it all.

Centrelink debt system: government knew of error risks 'for decades'

theguardian.com
The Australian Greens
02/17/2017 at 03:19. Facebook
The Empirical Strikes Back
The Australian Greens
02/17/2017 at 00:18. Facebook
Another chapter in George Christensen's entry for Bachelor of the Year...

George Christensen Has Spoken To An Anti-Aboriginal, Homophobic Podcast

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The Australian Greens
02/16/2017 at 22:11. Facebook