Frank De Jong Tour Itinerary

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Frank De Jong’s confirmed appearances: Sat July 14th, National Greens Convention (Green Members only) Tues 17th, “Speculating on the Earth’s Future”, Whitehorse Greens, Place: Meeting Room 1, Box Hill Library (Entrance just to left of main library entrance in Whitehorse Rd), 7.30pm Wed 18th, “Costing the Earth”, Selby Community House, Wombalana Rd (Enter Charles St) […]

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Housing Affordability Hampered by a Tax Regime That Supports Speculators Over Citizens

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Visiting housing affordability expert Frank de Jong said ‘the Census shows 830,376 vacant dwellings in the country. This demonstrates that it is the private supply of land withheld by speculators, rather than the need for more urban sprawl, that is hurting the housing market’ ‘Census figures confirm this by showing that housing has grown by […]

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Leader Of The Green Party Of Ontario, Canada launches Local Campaign Against Vacant Land

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Strong Link between Vacant Land and Housing Affordability Crisis Leader of the Green Party of Ontario, Canada, Frank de Jong today launched Earthsharing Australia’s ‘I Want To Live Here’ campaign. The campaign targets the under use of existing vacant land and will record statistics on the real vacancies of land, housing and apartments. Earthsharing Australia […]

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True Cost Economics Forum

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“Economics – the fast track to Sustainability” Friday July 20th The 2007 TCE Forum will feature Frank De Jong, leader of the Ontario Greens (Canada). He is an expert on environmental economics, having coined the term ‘the invisible green hand’ of market forces. Frank has over 20 years experience in Canadian elections and will bring […]

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