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Australia’s cities are home to the majority of our population and responsible for more than 80 per cent of national economic output. Liveable, accessible cities with clean environments are now essential economic assets.
In the knowledge economy, people are our...
Australia’s World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef is Australia’s most treasured natural asset.
The Reef is the largest living structure on the planet and is one of its most complex natural ecosystems. It is rightly valued by the Australian and international community as a...
Sustainable plantations, farm forestry and recycled fibre coupled with innovation and processing are the solution to meeting our wood product needs. The Greens want to see a thriving wood products industry in Australia that does not source timber from destructive native forest logging practices. With...
The mining and burning of coal is driving dangerous global warming which threatens to kill our magnificent Great Barrier Reef and endangers the 69,000 Australian jobs it supports.
Australian coal exports are directly harming our precious Reef, and robbing our children of their future....
Only three things are now certain in life; death, taxes and coal mine closures. There is far more coal for sale than there are willing buyers at a time when Australia’s major global customers are rolling out clean energy and using less energy to achieve...
Labor will kick-start construction on the AdeLINK tram network, transforming Adelaide by creating the infrastructure needed for a growing and vibrant city.
A Shorten Labor Government will commit $500 million in upfront grant funding to kick-start this project. Based on a total estimated cost...
Construction of the project is expected to support over 700 jobs in the region and make a significant boost to the local economy.
For too long, football fans have been watching their rugby league and other sport at sub-standard facilities, compared to football stadiums...
By 2025, the Asia Pacific region will produce over half of global output. Australia is fortunate to be at the world’s economic epicentre.
We must compete with our innovation, our skills and ability to deliver high value outcomes.
Creative cities policy which boosts...
We need to have an energy system that is secure, reliable and sustainable while also being efficient and affordable. Boosting our energy productivity helps lift our overall competitiveness. It will reduce costs for business, improve profitability of enterprise and free up capital for investment and...