Sustainable Population Party
BREAKING | 8 November 2015: Dick Smith AC backs William Bourke for the North Sydney by-election on 5 December 2015.
Listen to Dick on the Alan Jones Breakfast Show talking about William's campaign: CLICK HERE
Dick Smith AC says:
“I have seen the overdevelopment and overcrowding that is occurring right across the North Sydney electorate, and it is threatening the quality of life in this beautiful part of Sydney.
"The North Sydney Electorate is on its way to being like Shanghai as houses with backyards are replaced with high-rise.
"Send Malcolm Turnbull a message that the residents of North Sydney know that never-ending growth is impossible.
"Support William Bourke – Vote Sustainable.”
William Bourke says:
“A sustainable North Sydney and Australia, with a sustainable population policy, will be better, not bigger. To save Royal North Shore Hospital from Liberal Party public land sell-offs, provide education and childcare places for all, provide affordable housing, and stop overdevelopment - we need to think better, not bigger.
"A vote for a sustainable Australia will send a very clear message to the government that North Sydney residents won’t stand for politicians destroying their quality of life. People are telling me that they want someone to fight for a better quality of life.
“We want a better quality of life, not a bigger population.
Enough is enough. Send the government a message - Vote Sustainable."
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BREAKING | 23 September 2015: Sustainable Population Party applied to the Australian Electoral Commission to change its name to Sustainable Australia.
We expect the name change to be confirmed by the Australian Electoral Commission shortly after the North Sydney by-election.
Introduction to our party
Our community movement advocates for an economically and environmentally sustainable Australia. A sustainable Australia means thinking better, not bigger.
We reject the old left–right political spectrum, along with its fixed political positions and ideologies. Instead we pursue centrist evidence-base policies, for all Australians.
We address a broad range of economic, environmental and social issues. See Policies page.
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