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Verts Australiens

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The Greens are much more than an environmental party.  While promoting meaningful and smart solutions to ensure future generations of Australians have clean air, clean water and clean soil – the Greens are also working in many other areas to champion integrity, decency and fairness.

As well as representing constituents, the Greens speak on behalf of those who wouldn’t otherwise get much of a say inside parliament: children, refugees, students, individuals and families living in poverty and, of course, our natural environment. 

The Australian Greens began more than 30 years ago — read our story.

The Australian Greens are also part of the Global Greens network, which includes around 70 Greens parties established worldwide. Find out more about the Global Greens at our Global Greens page.





Good economic management means taking care of our earth — not treating our most precious resources like a giant business in liquidation: ‘everything must go!’.  The levels of pollution in our atmosphere mean that business-as-usual will no longer work if we want to avoid dangerous climate change. The future for Australia can still be a prosperous one if we build our economy on green principles rather than short-term self-interest.


Real progress comes when enough people believe it is possible to make a difference and decide to do something about it. All Greens members and supporters are driven by the desire to work towards a better Australia. In contrast to the two major parties, which are run by executives in head office, the Greens involve members in key decisions and our campaigns are powered by thousands of ordinary people volunteering their time, skills and support.


Many of the social problems we have today — crime, discrimination, disease, poverty — could be dramatically improved if we focus on eliminating extreme inequality in Australia and across the world. The Greens believe that it should be the priority of all governments to alleviate poverty and to extend opportunity to all members of society.


Australia’s foreign policy should be based on dialogue, diplomacy and cooperation, not aggression. Trying to prevent or counter violence with violence itself will not work. The Greens are committed to peaceful and non-violent solutions locally, nationally and internationally.


conseillers municipaux

Adam Bandt MP for Melbourne
Andrew Bartlett Senator for Queensland
Dr Mehreen Faruqi Member of the Legislative Council (MLC) for New South Wales
Janet Rice Senator for Victoria
Jordan Steele-John Senator for Western Australia
Lee Rhiannon Senator for New South Wales
Lidia Thorpe
Ms Sarah Hanson-Young Senator for South Australia
Nick Mckim Senator for Tasmania
Peter Whish-Wilson Senator for Tasmania
Rachel Siewert Senator for Western Australia
Richard Di Natale Senator for Victoria

International Secretary

Vivienne Glance
Number of Chamber Seats Number of Senate Seats Year Date % of vote Number of votes Reps Elected
9 2013 07 Sep 8.64%  1159588 10
1 2013 07 Sep 8.65%  1116918 16
9 2014 07 Sep 8.64%  25