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Greens Senate Inquiry into the exposure of Australians’ investments to the carbon bubble

The Australian Greens have today established a Senate Inquiry into how transparently companies report their investments in fossil fuels and thus their exposure to the carbon bubble.

Australian Greens Deputy Leader and Climate Change Spokesperson Senator Larissa Waters said, "Australians need to know where their money is invested."

"Companies make it hard work to find out whether your superannuation and savings are helping to address global warming, or are actually making the problem worse.

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Government shouldn’t turn a blind eye to West Antarctic Ice Sheet collapse

Today in the Environment and Communications Senate Estimates hearing, the Greens Senator for Tasmania Peter Whish-Wilson questioned the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) about the latest research into the collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.

Senator Whish-Wilson said, “Today the AAD elaborated on the concerns about the collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet due to climate change.

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An historic day in the Senate

Dear friend,

What an historic day it has been today in the Australian Senate.

The last parliamentary sitting week before the midwinter break has seen your Greens team continue to achieve great outcomes for all Australians who want a cleaner, healthier, smarter and fairer society.

A short time ago I walked into the Senate to vote into law Australia's biggest ever public investment in clean and renewable energy - and one of the great achievements of the Greens in this parliament in building a clean energy economy.

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