Australian Greens Front Bench

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The Australian Greens Shadow Cabinet consists of all Greens members of Parliament serving as official spokespersons for the party inside Parliament on various issues, each member being assigned portfolios for their speaking duties. This allows the Greens to shadow government policies and actions from the party perspective.[1]

List[edit]

Spokesperson Portfolio
Richard Di Natale (Leader)
  • Health
  • Multiculturalism
  • Sport
Larissa Waters (Co-deputy leader)
  • Environment & Biodiversity
  • Gambling
  • Mining & Resources
  • Tourism
  • Women
Scott Ludlam (Co-deputy leader)
  • Communications
  • Defence & Veterans' Affairs
  • Foreign Affairs
  • International Aid & Development
  • Nuclear
  • Sustainable Cities
Rachel Siewert
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Issues
  • Ageing
  • Disability Services
  • Family & Community Services
  • Mental Health
Adam Bandt
  • Climate Change
  • Employment & Workplace Relations
  • Energy
  • Science, Research & Innovation
Sarah Hanson-Young
  • Arts
  • Finance & Trade
  • Lifelong learning (Early Childhood, Schools, VET & Higher Ed)
  • Water & Murray Darling Basin
  • Youth
Lee Rhiannon
  • Animal Welfare
  • Democracy
  • Gun Control
  • Housing
  • Industry
  • Local Government
Peter Whish-Wilson
  • Consumer Affairs
  • Healthy Oceans
  • Treasury
  • Waste & Recycling
Janet Rice
  • Agriculture & Rural Affairs
  • Forests
  • LGBTIQ
  • Transport & Infrastructure
Nick McKim
  • Attorney General
  • Immigration & Citizenship
  • Small Business

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Portfolios". The Australian Greens. Retrieved 23 October 2016. 

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