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Global Greens at COP21 Program

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Global Greens at COP21 Activity Program Starting with our first ever global webinar on Monday 9 November, Greens will be leading or taking part in events to say that action on climate change is non-negotiable. Whatever the outcome in Paris, this is just the beginning. Join an action near you and make your voice heard before, during and most importantly after the Paris COP21 climate conference. Sign up to receive communications from the Global Greens COP21 campaign team. Click the date to view...

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Global Greens News: November 2015

World leaders are going to Paris on 30 November. So are the Greens. We will be in the global climate marches on the weekend of 27 to 29 November, and we will be at COP21 in Paris. Whatever the outcome in Paris, this is just the beginning. Join an action near you and make your voice heard before, during, and after COP21. Looking forward to the future, there's one date you need to save: in March-... Read More »
Te Apiti wind farm, Manawatu, New Zealand | Jondaar_1

Yes we can! New Zealand Green Party's Climate Plan

At COP21 this December 2015 the international community will produce a new global climate agreement. Each nation must commit to ambitious domestic emissions reduction targets to achieve the global objective of limiting global temperature increase to less than 1.5°C with the benchmark of 2°C by 2030. Sadly, New Zealand's government has chosen to set one of the world's weakest and most embarrassing... Read More »

Australian and New Zealand Green parties to lodge complaint with Australian Human Rights Commission

Catherine Delahunty MP on Friday, October 16, 2015 - 13:09 The Green parties of New Zealand and Australia will be lodging a complaint with the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) about the detention and treatment of New Zealanders in Australia. Hobart-based barrister Greg Barns will be handling the case on a pro-bono basis. “We are very concerned about the human rights breaches that New... Read More »
Green Party leader Elizabeth May waves hello to drivers with Green Party supporters in Guelph as she met with Guelph's Green Party candidate Gord Miller on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015. (Hannah Yoon/The Canadian Press)

Canadian, New Zealand Greens team up to oppose Trans-Pacific trade deal

The Canadian Press, Published Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015 8:42AM EDT The federal Green party teamed up with its namesake from New Zealand on Tuesday to underscore their mutual opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. Green Leader Elizabeth May and candidate Paul Manly hosted a news conference in Nanaimo, B.C., with elected members of the New Zealand Greens participating via the... Read More »