The 2014 State election will set the agenda for environment and climate policy for years to come. So it’s time to put the major parties to the test on climate and environment.
Who are the people that want this power and how do they intend to use it?
Come and hear the major parties put forward their case for why they deserve your vote. We’ve invited each major party to explain their philosophies and outline their policies for the climate and our environment.
With Michael Williams, Director of the Wheeler Centre.
ALP in the hot seat
Who: Lily D’Ambrosio, Shadow Minister for Energy and Resources and Lisa Neville, Shadow Minister for Environment and Climate Change
When: Tues 23 September 2014, 6-7:30pm
Where: RMIT Building 80, Level 4, Room 11, 445 Swanston St
Greens in the hot seat
Who: Greg Barber, Victorian Leader
When: Tues 30 September 2014, 6-7:30pm
Where: RMIT Building 12, Level 5, Room 002, 394 Swanston St
Coalition in the hot seat
So far the Coalition has declined to attend, but the invitation remains open.