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KELVIN'S BLOG: Stakes into the heart of Borneo

Borneo is a great Indonesian tropical island – the world’s third largest - renowned for its remarkable forests and wildlife. But now that is at stake. 

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KELVIN'S BLOG: How dare you?

Congratulations to Sweden’s most famous 16 year old, Greta Thunberg, for telling it like it is at the UN this week. No sugar coating there. “How dare you?” she said, to those selling the “fairytale of endless economic growth”.

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MEDIA RELEASE: Climate strike supported, but won't save the day unless it includes population

The Sustainable Australia Party supports the Climate Strike, and our Victorian MP Clifford Hayes and National President William Bourke, as well as other Sustainable Australia Party members, will be attending the Melbourne rally.

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MEDIA RELEASE: Sustainable Australia Party calls for government consistency on foreign influence and action on campaign donations

Last year the Liberal Government passed the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Act, and it came into effect in December. In doing so it earned attacks from Bill Shorten and Kristina Keneally during the Bennelong Byelection that it was “China phobic”.

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KELVIN'S BLOG: From Jakarta to Melbourne

The decision to move Indonesia’s national capital from Jakarta to the forests of Borneo was striking enough to capture global headlines. For those of us deeply troubled about the disappearance of our tropical rainforests and the beautiful and remarkable wildlife which inhabits them, it sounded ominous.

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MEDIA RELEASE: 10th Anniversary of Kelvin Thomson’s Global Population Speech

Tomorrow it will be exactly 10 years since I spoke to the Parliament describing increasing population as the underlying cause of the world’s problems.

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MEDIA RELEASE: Labor discovers population

Federal Labor Leader Anthony Albanese's call for a "mature debate" about population is welcome, and would have been even more welcome any time over the past decade, says former federal Labor MP for Wills, Kelvin Thomson.

 

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KELVIN'S BLOG: More holding the telescope to the blind eye

The wilful refusal by climate change activists to address population growth as a key driver of increasing greenhouse gas emissions was again on display in this week’s Moreland Leader...

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Sustainable Australia Party welcomes government announcement on domestic reservation for natural gas - Better late than never

Sustainable Australia’s National Media Spokesperson Kelvin Thomson has welcomed the announcement by the Federal Government that it plans to introduce a national gas reservation scheme.

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Sustainable Australia Party appoints Kelvin Thomson as National Media Spokesperson

The Sustainable Australia Party has appointed Kelvin Thomson as its National Media Spokesperson.

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