We are committed to creating an ecologically sustainable future, integrating social, economic and ecological imperatives.
The Greens (WA) are committed to establishing a system that encourages real participation in a truly democratic process.
The Greens (WA) are committed to real conflict resolution through the empowerment of people and the proliferation of nonviolence
The Greens (WA) are committed to building a fair, equitable and humane society based upon justice and consideration for all
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a special connection with the land and have rights to self-determination
The Greens (WA) support a resiliant agricultural sector and will support farmers to remain on the land and earn a healthy return on their produce
The Greens (WA) recognises community concerns about air pollution and are committed to solving air quality problems
The Greens (WA) believe that harm minimisation is the most effective way to manage legal and illicit drugs
The Greens (WA) believe that the welfare of animals must be respected with regard to both the survival of the species and protection of individual animals
Governments are responsible for helping to facilitate the arts through funding and the provision of appropriate facilities
The Greens (WA) support Zero Waste programs entailing reducing, recycling and recovery of discarded products, materials and green waste
The protection and conservation of biodiversity is essential for the well-being of life on Earth, including human life.
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Children have a right to a loving and nurturing environment free of neglect, physical, emotional and sexual abuse, exploitation or discrimination
The Greens (WA) are commited to immediate, strong and sustained action on climate change by reducing our emissions of greenhouse gases
A well-funded community service sector is crucial to the provision of high quality services to strengthen social infrastructure
Multiculturalism is respect for and celebration of diversity of culture, including language, beliefs, customs and traditions
The Greens (WA) is committed to the inclusion, equal status and recognition of all people with disabilities
The Greens (WA) are committed to identifying and eliminating the causes of domestic violence
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The Greens (WA) do not believe in forcing people to continue to exist in painful or degrading conditions against their will
The economy should exist to support and enhance the prosperity of our generation, without compromising that of coming generations
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The Greens (WA) are committed to free, high quality and well-funded, life-long public education and training accessible to all
The Greens (WA) are committed to an energy future that produces and utilises energy in the most efficient and environmentally sustainable way
The Greens (WA) believe that all people should have access to nutritious, safe and culturally appropriate food. Food production should be sustainable
The Greens (WA) recognise that with comprehensive protection and good management, our native forests can form the form the centrepiece of a World Heritage listing
The Greens (WA) believe that acceptance and celebration of people of diverse gender identities is essential for genuine social justice and equality
The Greens (WA) consider that genetic engineering offers the potential for enormous good and enormous harm and therefore should be treated with caution
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The Greens (WA) believe that access to a comprehensive, high quality health care system is a basic human right, and a public health system is the best way to deliver it
The Greens (WA) believe that heritage, including cultural heritage, is an asset to be respected and protected for current and future generations
The Greens (WA) believe that housing is a basic human right and the government is responsible for ensuring safe, secure and affordable housing
The Greens (WA) believe that for everyone to have equal access to justice, there must be appropriate policies and sufficient resourcing to overcome inequality
The Greens (WA) believe that Federal and State Constitutions should ensure the right of Local Governments to express the will of their constituents
The Greens (WA) consider that our marine and coastal environments are under increased pressure from human activities and must be better protected
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The Greens (WA) believe that all people who experience mental illness should have access to high quality mental health care, treatment and support
The Greens (WA) believe that mining wealth and exports in Western Australia must be balanced against social and environmental consequences
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The Greens (WA) believe that there are unacceptable environmental, health, security and social costs associated with every facet of the nuclear industry
The Greens (WA) want greater transparency in the way government deliberates, makes decisions and implements actions
The Greens (WA) understand that technological advances in the western world have had major adverse effects on human health and our sense of community
The Greens (WA) recognise that plantations and farm forestry can meet all of our current and future timber needs
The Greens (WA) believe that all citizens have a fundamental right and responsibility to be directly involved in the decisions that affect their lives
The Greens (WA) support a regional approach to governance that recognises and places the environment at its foundation
Older Australians have the right to live with dignity and have equal rights to participate in social, economic and political life
The Greens (WA) demand equal rights for lesbian, gay, queer and bisexual people
The Greens (WA) believe that small businesses are vital to the economic future of Western Australia due to their contribution to job creation
The Greens (WA) believe that cities and towns can be designed and built to minimise environmental harm and maximise social well-being
The Greens (WA) consider that current Western Australian planning and funding of transport infrastructure is biased towards road tranport with poor accountability
The Greens (WA) believe that we must protect our remaining urban bushland and wetlands and ensure they are properly managed for conservation
The Greens (WA) consider that a drying climate in the Southwest of Western Australia poses new problems affecting biodivesity, forests, dependant industries and water users.
The Greens (WA) seek the protection of our wetlands using incentives and existing conservation and regulatory mechanisms
The Greens (WA) believe that women have the right to equal respect, responsibilities and rewards in society but are still subjected to systemic discrimination
The Greens (WA) believe that workplace laws should be fair and protect all workers from unjust treatment and unsafe conditions
The Greens (WA) consider that young people are valuable members of society and should be recognised and respected for the unique and important perspective they contribute