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Statements by Senators: Climate Change (29 Mar 2023)

“Often in this place I feel the weight of our duty—our duty to our kids, our duty to young people in our community like those sitting up in the gallery, our duty to future generations. We're nearing the end of March and barrelling through 2023, and there are only a few sitting weeks between now and the end of the year. That's one year closer to 2030, one fewer year we have to...”

Bills: National Reconstruction Fund Corporation Bill 2023; In Committee (28 Mar 2023)

“Thank you, Temporary Chair. The coalition have been reduced to cynical attempts at grabbing a headline rather than actually engaging with workers and the future of industry in this country. Just the other day, Senator Canavan and the members for Capricornia and Flynn got together and declared that Gladstone should be home to the $368 billion nuclear submarines. It is breathtakingly out of...”

Bills: National Reconstruction Fund Corporation Bill 2023; In Committee (28 Mar 2023)

“Noting the significant number of questions to the minister around prohibited investments, I would like to put on the record that, given we are currently in a climate and biodiversity crisis where we absolutely must do everything we can to stay within 1.5 degrees of warming and stop the massive biodiversity loss that we are currently experiencing, the Greens are very pleased that we've secured...”

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  • Has spoken in 53 debates in the last year — average amongst Senators.
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  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "she sells seashells") 34 times in debates — well below average amongst Senators. (Why is this here?)

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