Materials

Download these materials and resources for your local campaign.

  • Australia needs a well-resourced, high quality public higher education system and the Greens are building a campaign to bring educational opportunities to all Australians.

  • Richard is in Portugal on a study tour to investigate the way in which Portugal has reduced its heroin addicted population by implementing genuine drug law reform -- and it couldn’t be more different to Australia. 

  • Having conversations is one of the most accessible and effective ways to change attitudes.

    With global warming well and truly back on the political agenda now is a great opportunity to reengage with family and friends about global warming, it’s impacts on our lives and economy and what we need to do about it.

  • Greens Councillors serve on Councils and Shires across Australia. Their achievements are diverse and are delivering significant benefits beyond their immediate local government area.

  • Over the last week, we’ve been listening to feedback from the community - and it’s clear that there’s a lot of misinformation around about the Greens’ agreement on retirement income. So we've prepared some resources to set the record straight.

  • Over the last week, we’ve been listening to feedback from the community - and it’s clear that there’s a lot of misinformation around about the Greens’ agreement on retirement income. So we've prepared some resources to set the record straight.

  • The Greens have reached an agreement with the government to reverse an unfair Howard-era decision on pensions, and secured a much needed review into retirement incomes.Our agreement means that pension payments will be more targeted to those who need the most support.

    This is a Fact Sheet that explains the agreement, and answers some frequently asked questions. 

  • A Greens’ report on the uptake of home solar photovoltaic (PV) power has found WA householders have installed equivalent capacity to two coal-fired power stations, exposing the state government’s lack of planning and preparedness as people act to reduce household power bills.

  • The Greens propose a three-pronged policy to support Australian small businesses:

    • A 2% tax cut for small businesses
    • Restoring and increasing the instant asset write-off threshold to $10,000
    • Restoring the loss carry-back provisions
  • Now the TPP text has been released it will go through limited government scrutiny and come to parliament as a 'take it or leave it' option. Parliament can either vote for the enabling legislation or it can vote against it. We can't change the text but we can say no to the deal. If Labor and the cross-bench join the Greens and block this deal in the Senate then there will be enough support for Parliament to stop the TPP.

  • Lee Rhiannon's Winter newsletter gives updates on all her portfolio activities.

  • The Voice for Animals campaign stands for an end to live animal exports, a ban on cosmetic testing using animals and habitat protection to safeguard our endangered native animals.