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Mark Butler MP
Shadow Minister Climate Change and Energy. Member for Hindmarsh. Authorised by M. Butler, 21 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide SA 5015.
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Mark Butler MP 12h
Labor’s position on climate change is unshakeable. It’s our responsibility to future generations.
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Mark Butler MP Sep 19
It was inspiring to join thousands of students and young Australians making their voices heard for strong climate action at the Adelaide School Strike 4 Climate.
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Mark Butler MP Sep 18
Inspiring to meet with UNICEF young ambassadors who are impatient for action on climate change. Keep up your important work.
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Mark Butler MP Sep 16
The Liberals can't even utter the words "climate change" let alone bring down emissions.
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Australian Labor Sep 15
How much longer will Australians have to struggle with rising power bills before the Government sorts out their energy crisis?
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Mark Butler MP Sep 15
The AMA has declared climate change a health emergency. That's why expert voices like are so crucial in continuing to advocate for strong action on climate change and for policies to protect the health interests of our children and grandchildren.
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Insiders ABC Sep 12
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Anthony Albanese Sep 11
Fantastic. Great move. Well done Angus.
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Mark Butler MP Sep 10
. just gave a 10-minute speech in Parliament on climate change WITHOUT mentioning the term "climate change" once! Fantastic. Great move. Well done Angus.
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Mark Butler MP Sep 10
Water Resources Minister David Littleproud doesn’t know if human-induced climate change is real. Like a doctor not believing germs are real. Just shocking.
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Mark Butler MP Sep 9
Today 300,000 or more aged care workers are working day & night to deliver the best possible care, support and dignity to hundreds of thousands of older Australians. For the skill, dedication and the love that they bring to that work, I say thank you.
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Mark Butler MP Sep 9
81% of Australians are concerned that climate change will result in more droughts and flooding, up from 78% in 2018. Yet the Govt’s only plan is to continue Tony Abbott’s failed climate policy, which has seen carbon emissions rise ever since 2014.
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Mark Butler MP Sep 4
Instead of indulging the policy fantasies of his backbench, Scott Morrison should reject the nuclear option or be upfront with Australians about exactly where he wants to build nuclear reactors.
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Mark Butler MP Sep 2
Climate change & health challenges are intrinsically linked. Morrison Govt remains committed to ignoring calls for real action on climate change - no plan to cut emissions, no plan to adapt to climate impacts & no plan to safeguard Australians health.
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Mark Butler MP Aug 29
Scott Morrison, Angus Taylor and the Coalition can’t hide from the data – carbon emissions continue to rise under this Government. Australians have come to expect this from a Government that is not serious about taking real action on climate change.
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Mark Butler MP Aug 19
Yesterday Australia’s biggest gold miner lamented the costs of this government’s energy policy chaos. Today our biggest steel maker calls it a tragedy. What a complete failure & are.
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Mark Butler MP Aug 16
It was great to meet with , Saumura Tioulong and members of Adelaide’s Cambodian community with and to discuss democracy in Cambodia
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Mark Butler MP Aug 1
As Malcolm Turnbull said, the ERF was never anything but a fiscally irresponsible fig leaf designed to cover a determination to do nothing.
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Mark Butler MP Jul 30
Another report showing climate change is the greatest threat to health in the 21st century. Yet Scott Morrison and the Liberals have no climate and health plan.
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Mark Butler MP Jul 28
Power prices for Australian households and businesses have skyrocketed ever since the Coalition Government came into office. Average wholesale prices have increased by 158% across the NEM states since the Liberals energy crisis began in 2015.
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