Greenlife Industry Australia (GIA) is currently reviewing all industry policies to align them with our 2020-2023 strategy.
Policies developed under the former national peak body are available for reference here. Reviewed policies will be shared here once finalised. For more information on our policy development, please email email@example.com.
A changing and variable climate
The climate change policy outlines how the Australian greenlife industry will play a lead role in managing the effects of climate change and variability in our urban natural environments. It also outlines how governments and authorities can assist. Read the policy currently under review
Environmental Sustainability Position
This document demonstrates the industry's commitment to environmental sustainability, the appropriate management of the association and its operations, the engagement of businesses in principles and applications of sustainability and the engagement of and collaboration with the broader community. Read the policy currently under review
Invasive Plants Policy
This document sets out the industry's commitment to helping the community tackle the issue of invasive plants. It also outlines how governments and authorities can assist. Read the policy currently under review
Quarantine and biosecurity
Reducing the pest risk
The biosecurity policy demonstrates how the Australian greenlife industry participates in the biosecurity continuum and outlines how governments and authorities can assist. Read the policy currently under review
Water: Essential for growth
Few industries are more reliant on water than the nursery and garden industry. This policy articulates the importance of water to the industry and its customers as well as the proactive measures industry has taken to manage its use of this precious resource. Read the policy currently under review