During question time, Mark asked the Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, representing the Treasurer, about the impact of removing the mandatory requirement for rainwater tank connection at new residential properties.
Today Mark asked a question in writing regarding the State Government's financial contribution to the 14th International Uranium Conference held in Adelaide.
In speaking to the Greens' Private Members Bill to decriminalise sex work in South Australia today, Mark noted that decriminalisation of sex work is not the same as deregulation as is often claimed by opponents and, having been at the forefront of criminalising sex work in our State, it would be symbolic if the Legislative Council led the move to finally decriminalise sex work in South Australia.
Today Mark moved a motion calling on the Marshall Liberal Government to reinstate funding for Brand South Australia to continue their valuable work on the Brand SA and I Choose SA programs.
Today, on World Environment Day, Mark spoke about the extinction crisis as well as the climate crisis we are facing which is becoming even more serious and urgent in the face of inaction and indifference by government. He encouraged all South Australians to think about what is happening to our natural environment and what they can do to secure a better environment for all of us.
During question time, Mark asked the Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment about the economic impact of the closure of Brand South Australia on South Australian businesses.