Let's use our votes wisely

With whale nurseries in the Bight, the rugged Flinders Ranges and flocks of pelicans on the Murray, we South Australians have an incredible home.

But right now, South Australia is under threat from gas and oil mining, nuclear waste and rogue irrigators stealing river water.

This election, it’s up to us.

Do we want to be shackled to nukes and climate-wrecking fuels? Or do we want to be a thriving state that’s 100% powered by the sun and wind?


How we vote will define our future

It’s time to move on from burning polluting fuels like oil and gas and respect and protect nature so everyone – our communities, wildlife, ocean, rivers and forests – can thrive.

So let’s use our votes wisely.

Let's choose clean energy, not climate-wrecking gas or oil. Let's vote for parties who will make our beautiful state – and the pelicans, people and whales who live here – thrive.

Together, we can elect a government that listens to the people, champions clean energy and respects and protects nature.

@JayWeatherill @marshall_steven @Nick_Xenophon – back clean energy and nature, not polluting oil and gas

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Read the latest news and find actions to stand up for nature this election

News | 05 March 18

Environment groups launch SA election scorecard

Today an alliance of 33 national and state environmental groups released a report card on the performance of Labor, Liberal, SA Best and the Greens based on their commitments to protect South Australia’s climate and environment if elected on March 17.

News | 05 March 18

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News | 21 February 18

SA Labor’s clean energy pledge sets new high-water mark

SA Labor pledges a 75% state renewable energy target for 2025 and a complimentary storage target.