Mark today supported the establishment of a Select Committee to inquire into the redevelopment of Adelaide Oval, expressing concerns the Greens have about the continued alienation of the Adelaide Park Lands for various inappropriate purposes, not the least of which are private commercial purposes.
Today Mark moved a motion to congratulate students who joined the student strike for climate action in Adelaide on 30 November and gave a commitment to the young people of South Australia that the Greens are listening and hearing their concerns.
During Question Time, Mark asked the Treasurer whether the Government would help struggling South Australian families this Christmas by delivering an urgent contribution to Foodbank now, ahead of a longer term commitment to be considered as part of the next state budget.
Today Mark outlined the Greens support for a Bill that removes a disincentive for people to build their own homes on vacant plots of residential land.
Today Mark spoke in strong opposition to the ill-conceived call by SA-Best for a moratorium on new wind farms in SA. Without support from any other party in the Upper House, the motion was defeated.
Mark today spoke about the lack of pet-friendly rental accommodation in SA. Some South Australians who move house find they're not allowed to take their beloved pet to their new home. Having to abandon the family pet in order to have a place to live should not be a choice that anyone has to make. Mark outlined the Greens' plan to change South Australia’s rental laws to allows pets in rental properties.