candidate for Newcastle Council – Ward 2
Charlotte McCabe moved to Newcastle nine years ago with her husband and two daughters. She has been an active member of the Tighes Hill Community Group as an office bearer and a spokesperson for coal terminal related issues.
candidate for Newcastle Council – Ward 3
Sinead is a passionate Novocastrian with a background in tourism studies at the University of Newcastle and a passion for the performing and creative arts.
candidate for Newcastle Council – Ward 4
I’ve lived in Newcastle for five years now and have developed a deep love of the city over that time. I’m studying a PhD in Aboriginal-owned co-operatives at the University of Newcastle, with a passion and a penchant for social change and community development.
A Green Council will make the City of Newcastle a safe, sustainable, liveable city for everyone, with an environmentally just, thriving economy and a stunning pristine coastline. We want to work with communities to build an affordable Newcastle that is cooled and shaded by urban forest, able to meet citizens’ needs within a 20 minute trip from their home and be carbon neutral by 2040.
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An urban forest provides important environmental, social, economic and cultural benefits from cooling the air to increasing property prices and improving citizens' sense of wellbeing. The Greens recognise that Newcastle needs an urban forest plan to realise these...
Newcastle is famous for its great surfing beaches and ocean baths in the heart of the city. However, they are under threat from rising sea levels, coastal erosion, plastic pollution and proposals for offshore mining. The Hunter estuary includes a large area of...
Newcastle could become one of the world’s top cycle-friendly cities and benefit from the impressive health and economic benefits of increased cycling, including healthier citizens, better air quality, less noise pollution and increased tourism. To realise these...
As the biggest coal export port in the world, the City of Newcastle has a leadership role in phasing out the mining and burning of coal whilst maintaining a flourishing community and economy. Together, the Newcastle community can show the way to become leaders in adopting and developing new renewable technologies, and the new industries and jobs that come with them.
The Greens believe that an open, transparent Council is best placed to identify and meet the needs of the community it serves. We will make it easier for members of the community to address Council meetings, explore participatory budgeting methods, and re-establish...