Senator Larissa Waters asking questions about the fair treatment of women in the workplace
Painfully slow progress on protecting and honouring one of the world's most profound places of human heritage and culture.
Senator Ludlam and Senator Waters questioning what our Environment Minister once powers have been handed to the states.
Can you quantify precisely how many folk have now been cut as a result of the previous administration's efficiency dividend?
Senator Waters on channel 10's The Project talking about threats to the Great Barrier Reef.
Senator Larissa Waters asks GBRMPA questions in Senate Estimates
Has the department ever asked the bureau for expert advice on specific major projects, particularly on proposed coal seam gas projects and whether there is any increased bushfire risk from these projects?
Can we be assured that there will be particular attention paid to that issue to try and save what is left of Gladstone Harbour?
Industrial pollution registering as rain on a clear day - just another day under Barnett in the Burrup - a place of the greatest cultural significance too precious to lose.
Larissa on record thanking the government for finally acting on the issue of coal seam gas and its effect on aquifers. It is not before time.
Larissa Waters spoke to Channel 7 news about the Great Barrier Reef, and the threat of increased industrialisation.
Larissa was interviewed on Sky Agenda this morning about the economic and environmental impacts of coal seam gas.
The old parties do not support protection for ancient Cape York rock art from mining, say the Australian Greens.
Larissa Waters asks about the process around the approval of the Whitehaven Coal mine, and the establishment of the independent review of the management arrangements of Gladstone Harbour.
Meet Larissa Waters, Australian Greens Senator for Queensland.
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