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Green Agenda Journal 2022, Volume 2: Green Politics. On the Ground after the Election
Culture, Democracy, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

Green Agenda Journal 2022, Volume 2: On the Ground after the Election

For this issue of Green Agenda we welcome new critical and creative voices, writing from places where left political and ecological commitments are already making a difference. As a decade of liberal-conservative hegemony in government finally breaks, and as we shift to this new post-electoral moment, we also bring together several pieces that reflect on the federal election and the ground-campaign.  Together with the pieces on the election, the issue weaves together three strands of writing that Green Agenda regularly features.  Writing from places where our movement is fighting to change things on the ground. Writing from places and projects [...]

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Culture, Democracy, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

Green Agenda Journal 2022, Volume 2: On the Ground after the Election

| 22nd June, 2022

For this issue of Green Agenda we welcome new critical and creative voices, writing from places where left political and ecological commitments are already making a difference. As...
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Democracy, Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

The fight for East Gippsland’s forests

| 22nd June, 2022

For many years, protection of ‘old growth forests’ was the key message, now we must protect all remaining forests threatened by logging. The remote town of Goongerah in far-eastern...
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Culture, Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

City Country

| 22nd June, 2022

I am standing on the lands of my ancestors. In a place that has been cared for by the people whose memories flow through my veins. The wind...
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Democracy, Economics, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

Work for degrowth

and | 22nd June, 2022

With the ‘Greenslide’ and a substantial gain in seats towards holding the balance of power in the Senate, Australian Greens come out of the 2022 federal election stronger...
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Democracy, Economics, Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

Taking power back: Cooperative futures and Earthworker’s ‘Green New Deal from Below’

| 22nd June, 2022

Earthworker is working towards a cooperative-centred Green New Deal in Australia, socialising energy production and ensuring workers in the industry are empowered and reap the benefits of the...
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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

The politics of permaculture, a global movement for change

| 22nd June, 2022

Permaculture is a social movement founded in 1978 in Australia by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren. It has grown since then into a global movement for system change....
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Democracy, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two, Social Justice

Political ‘experts’ know a lot less than they think they do, and doorknocking works

| 22nd June, 2022

The recent federal election result was the best in the Greens’ history, delivering an increased national vote share, four federal MPs, and twelve senators. In particular, the result...
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Democracy, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two, Social Justice

Election Diary – Never say never

| 22nd June, 2022

Sunday, 15 May Just under a week until the election and, I have to say, it’s interesting how many people are currently asking me how I am going....
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Democracy, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

Election Diary – The future is Green

| 22nd June, 2022

21 May, 8am. Footscray High School. Wurundjeri Country. There’s already a significant queue as I arrive. I position myself near the front of the queue and start talking....
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