Liberals cannot be trusted with our future

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Scott Morrison has been caught out spruiking his party's non-existent legislation on solving the extinction crisis. He does not deserve another term of Government, the Greens say.

"Scott Morrison has been caught out trying to mask the Government's inaction on the extinction crisis. The legislation he claims addressed the serious warnings outlined in the UN's biodiversity report this week does not exist," Greens environment and biodiversity spokesperson Senator Sarah Hanson-Young said.

"The Liberals will cement their destruction of our environment by backing in the worst environment minister ever, Melissa Price, for another term. Keeping Melissa Price on as environment minister is worse than doing nothing.

"Melissa Price has been missing in action this election campaign, and since she took the job in August. When she has surfaced it has been to insult world leaders fighting for climate action, or to approve the Adani coal mine and a mega uranium mine in WA.

"The climate can't afford another Liberal Government and our environment can't afford another term with Melissa Price as environment minister. Voters deserve better than a Prime Minister who lies about his Government's environmental credentials in the midst of global crises on climate change and biodiversity loss.

"The UN biodiversity report released this week gives voters a clear choice. If you want to stop the extinction crisis, if you want to save our environment, you need the Greens in the Senate."

 
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