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Greens lead the way with carbon positive campaign and best climate change policies

The Greens have cemented their place as the most environmentally
progressive party, not only by gaining top marks on party scorecards by
environmental organisations, but also by running a carbon positive
campaign for the 2007 federal election.

‘Carbon positive’ means that the Greens will go one better than
running a carbon neutral campaign, and will actually offset even more
than their own carbon emissions.

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Greens policies top party scorecards

Greens policies have been commended by professional organisations
across a variety of issues during this federal election campaign,
Greens Senate candidate for South Australia Sarah Hanson-Young pointed
out today.

Ms Hanson-Young today released a list of policy scorecards
indicating the widespread support the Greens have received from
industry and lobby groups.

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Greens challenge Labor over coal power station and climate change action

During a visit to the South East today, Greens Senate candidate
Sarah Hanson-Young has called on the state and federal Labor parties to
rule out the approval of the proposed a new coal-fired power station
near Kingston.

Both state Labor and Liberal parties have previously given their
support for the proposal for a new 300MW power station fuelled by a
dirty brown coal deposit located north of Kingston.

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