2010 Australian election
Meet the politicians who will have a big say in our final government, including their position on 'green' policies.
Nature has been at the heart of inspiration for Green's Senator Bob Brown. It's where he's found his purpose, drive and courage.
Here at G, we’re loving last night’s ad pitch for the Greens from Republic of Everyone! "If you think, vote The Greens."
The Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC)’s mission is to build a generation-wide movement to solve climate change by uniting all major youth organisations and over 50,000 young Australians. AYCC hopes to achieve short-term influence and long-term cultural change.
The Greens have achieved their most encouraging results in a Federal election in the history of the party, winning over 12 per cent of the votes in the Senate, and a total of over one million votes in the House of Representatives.
The top political issue searched for by Australians online is climate change, which is three and a half times more popular than the issues that the major political parties are championing this election.
The Australian government says it plans to look at the impact that climate change will have on our tourism industry - but we already have plenty of information available.
Sunday August 15 the annual Walk Against Warming takes place across the nation. This year’s theme is sending a clear message during the election: “Walk with the people, not the big polluters”.
2010 election: the biggest advertising campaign Bob Brown has run.