BREAKING: SAP seeks registration in SA

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Sustainable Australia Party is an independent community movement from the political centre, with a positive plan for an economically, environmentally and socially sustainable Australia. We support a science and evidence-based approach to policy - not a left or right wing ideology.

SAP is campaigning to:

  • Protect our environment
  • Stop overdevelopment
  • Stop corruption

And much more...

See our broad policy platform, including policies to deliver affordable housing, efficient public transport and a more diverse economy.

Importantly, SAP is the only political party to challenge the folly of unlimited growth in both resource consumption and population. We advocate for a sustainable Australia that is Better, not bigger.


VIDEO: Help register the SA Party

William Bourke talks about SAP's quest to register for the South Australian state election...

MEDIA: Young, Dumb & Politically Disengaged - Spotify podcast with Clifford Hayes MP

Episode 6 of Young, Dumb & Politically Disengaged is here! This month I chat to Sustainable Australia Party State Member for Southern Metropolitan Region, Clifford Hayes. Listen now wherever you get your podcasts.

MEDIA: Independent Australia - Federal Government's 'Intergenerational Report' based on a fallacy

After a long delay, Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and the Treasury lay it all out.

The problem is the IGR is based on one big lie.

KELVIN'S BLOG: Bring back the CES

I was interested to see both Peter Strong from the Council of Small Business Association, and Leith van Onselen from MacroBusiness, calling for the restoration of the old Commonwealth Employment Service (CES). It is a view I have had myself for quite some time.

MEDIA: 2GB 3AW 4BC - SAP exposes 'Big lie' in intergenerational report

William Bourke, President of the Sustainable Australia Party, points out the ‘big lie’ in the latest Intergenerational Report.

KELVIN’S BLOG: Stop putting people in the way of floods

As the floodwaters start to recede and we take stock of the damage caused by the recent floods, a show of defiance is always tempting. “We are going to build it all back”, is the default reaction of authorities. But is this wise or smart?

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