Bronwyn Bishop's misuse of parliamentary entitlements should be handled in the same manner as the AFP investigation into former speaker Peter Slipper's use of his parliamentary Cabcharge allowance to the value of $954.
This amendment excludes having native forest burning in the renewable energy target. It is an affront to common sense, ecology and carbon pollution calculations to ever think that burning native forests could be considered a clean energy source. It is far from carbon neutral. There is new science emerging that shows it is three times as carbon intensive an energy form as coal.