Today Mark moved a motion calling on members of the South Australian Parliament to declare that we are facing a climate emergency.
Mark outlined the Greens' support for the incoming Director of Public Prosecutions, Justice Martin Hinton, to maintain his existing entitlements.
Mark moved a motion that regulations under the Advance Care Directives Act 2013 concerning exemption, made on 11 July 2019, be disallowed.
Today Mark introduced a Greens' Private Members Bill to ensure that any proposed private developments in National Parks are subject to full public notification, representation and appeal rights and that planning authorities take any approved Management Plan into account when assessing these developments.
During Question Time, Mark asked the Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, representing the Minister for Transport, whether the commitment to power our tram and train network by 100 per cent renewable energy under the Carbon Neutral Adelaide Action Plan will be maintained under a privatised or outsourced model of service delivery.
During Question Time, Mark asked the Minister for Health and Wellbeing whether South Australia has already signed off on the the draft National Alcohol Strategy or whether the Minister is insisting that the strategy be redrafted to better reflect public health priorities.