We welcome the Baird Government's 2050 net zero emissions target announcement and we call on the Government to put an end to land clearing, and to veto approval of new coal mines in NSW.
Today we acknowledged the incredible work of Canteen supporting young people with cancer.
Greens in Parliament: Supporting Electric and Hydrogen Fuel, and Improvements to Rental Bond Services
Today the Greens supported measures to improve the uptake of electric and Hydrogen powered vehicles, and supported changes to make lodging rental bonds easier and more transparent for renters.
Today we acknowledged the community pressure that has forced the Baird Government to take action on the unfair compulsory acquisition process, and called on the Government to take further steps to ensure residents whose houses are compulsorily acquired are treated fairly.
At 4am this morning the NSW Liberal Government snuck through legislation making it easier to sell our parks and public assets to developers. This underhanded behavior represents a new low for a Government hell bent on privatisation at all costs.
Today in Parliament we celebrated the fantastic achievement of Paralympian and Camperdown resident Angie Ballard.
The Member for Newtown Jenny Leong MP joined the discussion on Domestic Violence Leave in the NSW Parliament.
Women attempting to escape family violence situations often face additional hardships if they don’t have the support they need from their workplaces. It is important that paid domestic violence leave is in place to provide support for the thousands of women who find themselves in family violence situations every year.Read more
Today we added our voice to calls to make domestic violence leave a universal workplace entitlement.Read more
Today we stood up in Parliament to oppose the Baird Governments privatisation of prison education services.
Today in NSW Parliament, during a debate on public housing, the National’s Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead implied The Greens were “a lot like Pauline Hanson and the One Nation Party”.
Member for Newtown Jenny Leong MP says that the comparison was nothing short of insulting.Read more