(Under review)

Principles

The Greens NSW believe:

1. We should seek to reverse the trend towards greater disparity between rich and poor to promote greater equality;

2. We need to strengthen local democratic processes, encourage regional, ecologically sustainable initiatives, and enhance management capabilities within local communities;

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe that:

1. The public sector is best placed to respond to changing social, environmental and economic circumstances, and to enhance society’s capacity to pursue important goals such as justice, equity and environmental objectives and community services obligations; 

Revised August 2014

Principles

The NSW Greens believe: 

1. Access to food and clothing is a fundamental human right;

2. Sustainable agriculture is essential to food security, environmental sustainability, and climate change mitigation and adaptation;

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe that:

1. Tourism is an important service industry and provides a valuable opportunity to protect and enhance our natural and cultural heritage, while providing jobs and having a positive impact on the economy;

Revised May 2014

Principles 

The Greens NSW believe: 

1. Integrated, accessible, and efficient transport systems will lead to sustainability; 

2. State transport infrastructure and major services should be publicly owned and administered, and not run for profit; 

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe:

1.    Voluntary euthanasia is a fundamental human right and that individuals should have the freedom to make self-governing choices;

(Under review)

Principles

1. Waste elimination is based on two fundamental principles:

1.1 The best way to deal with waste is to avoid producing it in the first place; and

1.2 Those who generate waste should be responsible for its full life cycle.

Revised November 2010

Principles

1. Rural and agricultural water management must recognise that the South East of Australia is a dry environment and is likely to become drier as a result of climate change. Securing both the natural environment and the supply of food has become an urgent task that requires the public interest to be protected.

Revised May 2014

This policy refers to the reticulated water supply such as services provided by Sydney Water, Hunter water, Central Coast water and other regional county councils supplying domestic water.

Principles

The Greens NSW believe:

Revised May 2014

Principles

The NSW Greens believe:

1.    NSW Wetlands are highly productive ecosystems. They are the nurseries of the waterways, providing habitat to many juvenile species of birds, fish, crustaceans and insects;

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW support:

1. The advancement of women’s rights to respect, safety, opportunity and selfdetermination in society;

2. Opportunities for full participation by all women:

a. in all areas of life - government, business, economic, community, social and domestic;

Revised May 2014

Principles

The Greens NSW believe that:

1. Work must be safe, socially useful and personally rewarding - these criteria are just as important as profitability and efficiency.