MAKING INROADS: Greens candidate for Page Kudra Falla-Ricketts (centre left) intends to spend more time in the southern end of the electorate on the Coffs Coast in the lead-up to the election.
MAKING INROADS: Greens candidate for Page Kudra Falla-Ricketts (centre left) intends to spend more time in the southern end of the electorate on the Coffs Coast in the lead-up to the election. Hamish Broome

Greens look forward to climate forum

GREENS candidate for Page Kudra Falla-Ricketts is looking forward to attending a candidates’ forum on climate change next week.

The forum, hosted by the Coffs Climate Action Group, invites Page and Cowper candidates to convey their plans to combat climate change during a forum on Tuesday, June 21, at the C.ex Club from 6pm.

Ms Falla-Ricketts said she hoped to make it down to Coffs Harbour to discuss the issue with her fellow candidates.

“I’m excited to have a whole lot of candidates talking about climate change,” she said.

“It’s something I’m really passionate about.”

As July 2 draws near, Ms Falla-Ricketts intends to hone her focus on the southern end of the electorate.

She nominated the Yamba port as among key local priorities she will campaign for in coming weeks.

Broader issues, including improved housing affordability, education and health care policies, will also be lobbied for by Ms Falla-Ricketts in the lead-up to July 2.

The public is invited to attend the Q&A-style forum.



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