Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Bob Brown
- The pursuit of eternity is no longer the prerogative of the gods – it is the business of us all, here and now.
- The government’s living in its own cloud cuckoo land and it’s a cloud of greenhouse gases.
- There’s a presumption that somehow you calculate beforehand whether something is going to be good politically or not. I simply don’t.
- I am aware that one should always make room for renewal in politics. A democracy is the healthier for the turnover of the depth of talent there is in its community.
- The overarching factor to me is if we can’t be kind to each other, we won’t be kind to the planet.
- Australia must prioritise education spending. It is not a question of whether or not we have the money, it is a question of how we choose to spend it.
- Real life security and contentment come not from putting a gun in the cupboard, but from taking a role in the world’s future.
- The reality is that if we in this rich, lucky quarter of the planet cannot make a stand for the 30 million other species we share this planet with, let alone our own species, then who can?
- I am not a conventionally religious man, but in the wilderness I have come closest to finding myself and knowing the universe and accepting God – by which I mean accepting all that I don’t know.
- The Greens will continue to champion a fairer society rather than simply the economy and to champion the parliament rather than simply the stock exchange.
Bob Brown is an Australian politician and environmentalist born on December 27, 1944, in Oberon, New South Wales. He co-founded the Australian Greens in 1992 and played a pivotal role in the party’s development as a prominent force in Australian politics. Brown’s political career began when he was elected to the Tasmanian Parliament in 1983, and he later served as the leader of the Greens in Tasmania.
Best known for his strong advocacy for environmental issues, Brown gained national and international recognition for his efforts in promoting conservation and sustainability. He was a key figure in the campaign against the proposed Franklin Dam in the 1980s, a landmark environmental victory that helped establish him as a leading voice in the conservation movement.
Bob Brown served as a Senator in the Australian Parliament from 1996 to 2012, representing Tasmania. During his tenure, he continued to champion environmental causes, advocating for biodiversity protection, renewable energy, and climate change action. After resigning from the Senate, Brown remained active in environmental activism, using his influence to raise awareness about pressing ecological issues. His life and career exemplify a steadfast commitment to environmental preservation and political advocacy.
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