Transcript, Doorstop, Tamworth, NSW

E&OE….                       Topics: Shenhua Watermark project GREG HUNT:          I came here to listen today to farmers, to Indigenous leaders, to Barnaby Joyce and to the community, to hear what they had to say about their land, their water, their children and in particular – the future. It’s immensely valuable. There is no substitute for getting…

Transcript, ABC AM Programme, Interview with Michael Brissenden

E&OE….                       Topics: Environment Ministers Meeting, National Clean Air Agreement, Renewable Energy Target, Leadership speculation MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: Despite the leadership rumblings the Government is still trying to get on with business. Yesterday State Environment Ministers met in Canberra to discuss, among other things a draft National Clean Air Agreement. There’s still work to do but…

Transcript, Sky News PM Agenda, Interview with David Speers

E&OE….                       Topics: Microbeads and microplastics, Meeting of Environment Ministers, National Clean Air Agreement, Renewable Energy Target, Emissions Reduction Fund DAVID SPEERS:     Greg Hunt, thank you for your time this afternoon. Can I ask you, what – here in Australia – what microbeads are actually being used, and how much of a problem do you…

Transcript, 2CC Canberra, Interview with Mark Parton

E&OE….                       Topics: Green Army, Human Rights Commissioner MARK PARTON:    Greg Hunt is the Federal Environment Minister. There’s a number of things that we wanted to catch up about this morning and he’s on the line right now. G’day Greg. GREG HUNT:          And good morning Mark. MARK PARTON:    The first thing I wanted to ask…

Transcript, 3AW Melbourne, Interview with Tom Elliott

E&OE….                       Topics: Liberal Party, reducing plastic packaging waste TOM ELLIOTT:      Greg Hunt, good afternoon. GREG HUNT:          And good afternoon Tom. TOM ELLIOTT:      Now first, The Age is reporting today that seven Cabinet Ministers have withdrawn their support for Tony Abbott. Are you one of them? GREG HUNT:          No. And frankly I think the story…