Donate Life Week - Herd of Hope
in In Parliament

Mr PASIN (Barker) (19:35):  This week is Donate Life Week. It’s about raising awareness and inspiring Australians to make a real difference to the lives of others by registering and telling their families that they want to be an organ donor. In this Donate Life Week, across Australia, agencies and community stakeholders are holding events … Continue reading Donate Life Week – Herd of Hope

National Forestry Planting Day
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Mr PASIN (Barker) (16:25):  I rise today to acknowledge one of Australia’s most sustainable and renewable industries: forestry. Our forest industries not only support many regional communities, providing income for tens of thousands of families, but also make an enormously positive environmental contribution. Each year, around 70 million new and renewable trees are planted to … Continue reading National Forestry Planting Day

Understanding Farming
in In Parliament

Mr PASIN (Barker) (13:51):  I rise to speak about something that’s threatening not only the future of rural and regional Australia and our ability to produce the food and fibre that feeds and clothes the world but also our economic prosperity as a nation. I’m talking about the sustained and coordinated attacks by activists who … Continue reading Understanding Farming

Investment in Forestry
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Forestry is an industry with enormous potential to meet domestic and global demand. It is an industry that will continue to provide the economic backbone of many communities Australia-wide, including that in the green triangle. I welcome this investment in our region. I look forward to seeing the upgrade completed. Not only is it contributing … Continue reading Investment in Forestry

Forestry - Timberlink
in In Parliament

Mr PASIN (Barker) (13:59):  Forestry is an important and sometimes underappreciated contributor to our national economy. Locally, in forest regions like that of my home town in the Green Triangle, there’s an innate sense of how important the forest industry is, which is why I was thrilled to hear that Timberlink is investing in the … Continue reading Forestry – Timberlink

Kimberley-Clark
in In Parliament

It could cost as much as $35 billion to buy international credits. That’s money leaving Australia, going to overseas countries and funding their schools, their hospitals—the kinds of services that, quite frankly, Australians deserve and need. My challenge is to the member for Port Adelaide. I want to know what he’s got against the workers … Continue reading Kimberley-Clark

Climate Obligations
in In Parliament

Mr PASIN (Barker) (15:57):  I think I’ve heard it all now. The member for Bass, if I heard him correctly, said Tasmania will decarbonise the world. Message to the member for Bass: Australia produces roughly 1.2 per cent of global emissions. If we were to reduce that to zero, per se, China on a per … Continue reading Climate Obligations

Governments Economic Achievements
in In Parliament

Mr PASIN (Barker) (13:50):  As we wrap up this sitting period, I want to use this opportunity to reflect on the government’s economic achievements in the lead-up to budget week in April. We came to government with a plan for a stronger economy and that plan is delivering. It’s delivering for my constituents in Barker. … Continue reading Governments Economic Achievements

Interconnector & Fur Seals
in In Parliament

Mr PASIN (Barker) (10:20):  I rise to speak about two geographically linked environmental needs in the iconic Lower Lakes and Coorong. Having an interconnector between Lake Albert and the Coorong is something that has been explored and discussed for a very long time. This is because the connection between the neighbouring larger lake, Lake Alexandrina, … Continue reading Interconnector & Fur Seals