The best thing about living on an island is that you can take it out for a stroll and not worry about getting into trouble with the law, according to the Greens leader, Richard Di Natale.
The Greens leader said the state should embrace the island lifestyle and embrace green technology.
“If we want to achieve a truly green society, we have to embrace green lifestyles, green technology, and the island mentality,” he said.
Mr Di Natai said he believed the state could benefit from the “infrastructure of sustainability” in place, such as the state-owned electricity system and the state’s marine and water infrastructure.
He also said the Green Party would support the Green Budget, which includes a $2 billion investment in green technology and technology to be able to grow and develop more food, reduce pollution, protect biodiversity and provide clean drinking water.
In the run up to the election, the Greens have said they would support a $500 million investment to expand the use of green technology in the state.
Labor, which is the Coalition’s biggest political opponent, has also said it would not support a green infrastructure package.