Carbon bomb — a state in denial

As the primary regulator of industry in our state, our State Government should play a key role in facilitating the transition from a carbon intensive economy to a low carbon, clean economy. Read the disturbing full report here on WA’s emissions...

Farming in a changing climate

WA is home to hardworking, ingenious people, but rather than supporting that ingenuity and investing in WA farmers, the Liberal/National Government is putting WA farmers under more pressure at a time when changing climate, water shortages and extreme weather pose enormous threats to the survival of farming families.

Ocean warming

Warmer oceans can have a devastating economic and environmental cost.

Increasing shark presence, mass fish deaths, invasive species and coral bleaching off Rottnest are just some of the incidents being put down to ocean warming.

Coastal planning

The coastal region of Western Australia is home to approximately 80 per cent of the state’s population, and much of it is highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

Solar-Powered Social Housing

The Greens Solar Powered Social Housing initiative will provide solar power panels and smart meters to 30,000 social houses, to ease the cost of living on our most vulnerable and to provide a sustainable solution to our growing energy needs.

Authorised by Jess McColl & Trish Cowcher, the Greens (WA), Ground Floor 445 Hay St Perth