"Australia could be about to hear a lot more from Kylea Tink, particularly if the independent candidate for the seat of North Sydney can unseat the Liberal MP Trent Zimmerman and deliver on her goal of breaking a decade long ‘gridlock’ on federal climate policy.
If she wins, she could join the likes of Warringah’s Zali Steggall and a number of others on a potentially powerful cross-bench, depending on how the numbers stack up after the federal election.
Tink answered some questions from RenewEconomy about her motivations to run for parliament, her support for stronger climate policies, and getting Australians driving cleaner cars."
By Michael Mazengarb
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