The Australian Conservation Foundation has released the final version of its election scorecard for major parties, which gives a score for their stance on climate change and protection of land, water and wildlife.
The scorecard gives the Liberal/National Coalition 14, Labor 62, the Greens 95, the Nick Xenophon Team 54 and the Glenn Lazarus Team 71.
The revises scores have seen a slight rise for the Coalition – up three points from 11 – a nine point rise for Labor and an 18 point rise for the Greens.
Coordinator and campaigner for Indigenous youth climate network SEED, Larissa Baldwin, says it is more important than ever for First Nation’s people to vote for action.
Ms Baldwin says Indigenous communities are disproportionately affected by climate change.
To view the scorecard or see how major parties compare with your environmental concerns, visit their website here.