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In NSW the Greens have six state MPs, one Senator, three Mayors and 44 local government councillors. The Constitution of The Greens NSW sets out the principles and procedures that bind all members of the party together.
- Local Greens groups have responsibility for elections held in their area, particularly elections for the House of Representatives, New South Wales Legislative Assembly and Local Government. There are over 50 local groups throughout NSW. The Greens NSW are affiliated with the Australian Greens, which is turn is part of the Global Greens network.
- Find a Local Greens group
- Find out about forming a local group
There are five Greens MPs sitting in the New South Wales Legislative Council, one Greens MP in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, and a Senator - see MPs page.
- Cate Faehrmann MLC - Topping Cate's priority list for parliament are: the protection of threatened ecosystems, making our cities and communities more sustainable, and driving action on climate change.
- David Shoebridge MLC - David Shoebridge says his priority for the balance of this term and through to the March 2011 state election is for the Greens to renew the faith in collective action and the capacity of government to deliver on its promise of a better life.
- John Kaye MLC - John is a professional engineer and an expert in sustainable energy and greenhouse issues with over twenty years of research and teaching experience.
- Jan Barham MLC - is committed to respecting Australia's First Peoples and improving the wellbeing of all vulnerable people in NSW with a priority on housing. Jan will focus on the role of the arts as a central element of a dynamic society.
- Jeremy Buckingham MLC - has been an outspoken campaigner and advocate for rural and regional communities across NSW. In the areas of water, climate change, food security and mining he has taken on vested interests and championed the cause of sustainable development.
- Jamie Parker MLA, Member for Balmain - Jamie is an experienced advocate for his local community and is focused on stronger public services, a clean economy and green jobs, investment in public transport, planning for people and cleaning up the culture of NSW politics.
- Senator Lee Rhiannon - Lee was elected to the Senate at the 2010 federal election. She was previously a member of the NSW Parliament from 1999 to 2010.
In Local Government
- The Greens NSW have a considerable number of councillors working hard throughout the state. You can search for your local councillor by name or by their council. New council contact lists will be available shortly.
The Australian Greens
- The Greens NSW is a member body of The Australian Greens. The Australian Greens is a confederation of state and territory-based Greens parties. Each state Greens party is free to organise its activities as it sees fit, following the Greens principle of decentralised decision-making.
- Find out who the Campus Greens are and how to get in touch with your campus group.