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  • Budget 2022: Greens welcome support to address youth homelessness

    Budget 2022 support to reduce homelessness delivers on the Green Party’s cooperation agreement Bespoke support for rangatahi with higher, more complex needs The Green Party welcomes the additional investment in Budget 2022 for kaupapa Māori support services, homelessness outreach services, the expansion of transitional housing, and a new supported accommodation service for rangatahi.
  • Supercharging decarbonisation & transforming the energy system

    Scaling up actions to decarbonise industry with high impact co-investment of national significance Investing in electricity infrastructure to support fuel-switching to cleaner more economical alternatives Backing businesses, farms and factories to invest in high efficiency tech to unlock energy savings Supporting the replacement of outdated fossil fuel boilers in commercial buildings Developing landmark roadmaps for energy, hydrogen, & offshore renewables Protecting New Zealanders from global energy price spikes in the long-term Developing our home-grown energy mix for greater affordability &...
  • Transport to drive down emissions

    Kiwi families will be supported to make the transition to low-emission alternatives through the establishment of the Clean Car Upgrade, a scrap-and-replace trial, with funding from the Climate Emergency Response Fund.