Christine Milne was appointed the first Global Greens Ambassador by the Global Greens Coordination on 1st July 2015.
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환경 운동가로서 Christine은 열렬한 벌목 산업과 댐 건설업자로부터 태즈 메이 니아의 웅장한 노후 숲과 야생 강을 보호하기 위해 1980 년대와 1990 년대 내내 캠페인에 참여했습니다. 태즈 메이 니아의 프랭클린 강을 구하고 세계 유산으로 등재되기위한 캠페인의 일환으로 Christine은 체포되어 수감되었습니다.
In 1989, she was elected to the Tasmanian Parliament following a successful campaign to protect the framers and farmlands of Wesley Vale from a highly toxic, native forest based pulp mill. Her election, together with other like minded independents, including Dr Bob Brown, led to the doubling in area of the Tasmania Wilderness World Heritage Area.
Christine became the first woman to lead a political party in Tasmania in 1993 and went on to become the first woman to lead the Australian Greens in Australia’s national Parliament in 2012. She is a firm believer in the empowerment or women, education and social justice.