Plastic Free NSW

Every day thousands of marine animals are injured or die as a result of plastic pollution in our oceans and waterways.

In New South Wales we treasure our beautiful beaches, coastal lakes and harbours, but more and more plastic pollution is clogging our marine environment and injuring and killing the marine life we love.

We can do more to clean up our precious natural environment and stop plastic pollution.

Save Our Marine Life

The Greens recognise the immense personal and community impact of shark bites and our hearts go out to those impacted by shark bites. But shark mesh nets are outdated technology and they can’t guarantee people’s safety. What they will do is kill large numbers of marine life including turtles, dolphins, whales and sharks.


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Sound the alarm: new research warns of urgent need to monitor impacts of seismic testing off Newcastle

The NSW Greens are calling on the Department of Primary Industries to partner with commercial fishers to conduct robust studies into the impacts of recently approved seismic testing off the coast of Newcastle on local fish, shellfish and crustaceans. The National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority approved Asset Energy’s environmental plan for seismic […]
Kowmung River

Plans to raise Warragamba Dam threaten one of NSW’s wildest rivers in Blue Mountains National Park

The NSW Government’s plans to raise the Warragamba Dam wall by 14 metres will flood thousands of hectares of World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park and threaten the wild Kowmung River. Justin Field, NSW Greens MLC and spokesperson for Urban Water, recently visited and documented sections of the Kowmung at risk of ruin if the […]

New Matilda: An ivory tower plan to build ivory tower stadiums for the big end of town

The Berejiklian Government’s plan to tear down and rebuild two major sports stadiums in Sydney at a cost of $2 billion has hit a nerve across NSW, writes Justin Field. The decision has become a symbol of a State Government that has its priorities all wrong and the public are strongly expressing their displeasure. A […]

Justin Field representing you 

This is who I am, what I value and what I will spend the next few years working hard to achieve – grab a cuppa and have a listen to my first speech in NSW Parliament