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From the spectacular forests of East Gippsland to the iconic ocean vistas of the Great Ocean Road, we in Victoria are so lucky to have a natural paradise on our doorstep.

We are so lucky to have unique birds, animals, plants and ecosystems found nowhere else in the world. Yet for generations, we’ve paid people to clear land and cut down forests, killing wildlife and destroying habitat.

Victoria’s wildlife is under more pressure than ever.

‘I’m proud to have been part of the Greens-initiated Parliamentary Inquiry into Victoria’s extinction crisis in 2020/21. This inquiry will shine a light on the solutions we urgently need to turn things around for our threatened species.’

The Greens have continually campaigned to stop the logging of our remaining native forests, and invest in creating jobs to restore our bush, save threatened species from extinction and green our cities and towns.

We all need a healthy world to thrive, and that’s why I’ll always fight to protect and restore Victoria’s environment, before it’s gone forever.



End native forest logging, protect threatened species, and restore Victoria’s nature.



Petition: Ending logging

The Petition of certain citizens of the State of Victoria draws to the attention of the Legislative Council that the Government should immediately cease all levels of logging of native and public forests. There are reports and findings which support a stop to logging. Our forests store massive amounts of...

Statement on Report - Inquiry into Ecosystem Decline in Victoria

I rise to make a statement on the ecosystem decline inquiry report. This report was tabled on 2 December 2021, yet we still have no formal response from the government. It was one of the largest in the history of the Victorian parliamentary committee inquiries and the biggest for the Environment...

Sustainable Forests Timber Amendment (Timber Harvesting Safety Zones) Bill 2022

The right to peaceful protest is at the heart of our democracy, and it is under attack right across Australia. For those without deep pockets or access to politicians and platforms, protest can be the only tool many in our communities have to be heard and to secure change, yet...

Members statements: World Environment Day

A belated but happy World Environment Day for Sunday, everyone. I hope you were able to mark the day in some way by taking some time to enjoy nature. I had the pleasure of spending it in the foothills of the Toolangi State Forest with our brave forest defenders at...