‘We’ve delivered in spades’: Richard Di Natale on the Greens’ role in driving change


Party will try to get a future Labor government to use other means to act on climate change in the event of a hostile Senate

  • Calla Wahlquist
  • The Guardian

The Greens would support a future Labor government to use regulation to enforce climate policy in the event of a hostile Senate, Greens leader Richard Di Natale says.

The Victorian senator says he is confident the Greens will be able to work with Labor leader Bill Shorten, despite Shorten not responding to a letter he sent last year asking them to do just that.

Di Natale says that if the Senate crossbench is populated by right-wing parties opposed to climate action, he will support a…

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