A VOTE Climate scorecard favouring Green candidates will be delivered to more than 15,000 homes in the Melbourne electorate.
The environment-policy scorecard rates Independent candidate Adrian Whitehead at the top and Greens Cathy Oke second. Both get eight out of eight ticks on the scorecard.
The card rates candidates according to their climate policies, on issues such as blocks on logging and commitment to close the Hazelwood power station in Gippsland.
Labor's Jennifer Kanis and Australian Democrats' David Collyer are ranked in the top six, but Ms Kanis gets only one tick for her commitment to revoke a rule that blocks wind farms.
Only Mr Whitehead, Ms Oke and Independent Berhan Ahmed are given a tick for their "personal commitment" to energy and climate issues.
Yarra Climate Action Now convener Pablo Brait says the scorecard is a message to all parties and candidates that their climate change policies matter.
"We want to boost the vote of the candidates who have good climate change policies and get those people into parliament," he says.
Mr Brait said the scorecard was based on questions emailed to all candidates and a review of the candidates' policies. Up to 20,000 scorecards have been printed for distribution.
He said the scorecard was a reflection of the top six parties' climate policies, with the omission of Dr Joseph Toscano, whose policies could not be verified.