Asia-Pacific Greens Federation

Asia Pacific Greens 3rd Congress

The Asia Pacific Greens 3rd Congress will be held March 14-16, 2014, in Batangas, Philippines.

The theme is "FROM GRASSROOTS to GOVERNMENT”, highlighting the nature of Green Parties in the region evolving from community movements.

Registration and program details will be posted in the coming months.  To receive notices, please sign up as a member to this website.

Contact:

Congress Host: Greens PH (Partido Kalikasan)

Coordinator: Mr. Rior Santos, APGN Secretary

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Election Study Tour call for applications

The Australian Greens International Development Committee (AG-IDC) is offering travel grants for delegates from the Asia-Pacific Greens Network (APGN) to attend an Election Study Tour (September 8-15th 2013). 

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Congratulations to Ms Kazumi Inamura

Dear Friends in Greens Japan and APGN,  

On behalf of your Coordinating Committee in APGN, I would like to extend our congratulations to Ms Kazumi Inamura, the former co-spokesperson of Greens Japan (Midori no Miras for having been elected City Mayor of Amagasaki, West Japan.

This is indeed a milestone. May thousands more follow from across the region and the world.

Formal APGN statement that we will publicly release and send to Mayor Inamura and Greens Japan will be forthcoming!

Thanks

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Green Party Korea 2018 Local Election Report

From Feminist Seoul Mayor to Jeju Governor with No Development

“I am a Feminist Candidate for Seoul Mayor.” (Shin, Ji-ye candidate for Seoul Mayor)

“Let’s Vote for our Dream! No Development, Yes Basic Income! (Go, Eun-young candidate for Jeju Island Governor)

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New Zealand Green Party Calls on Israel to respect UN resolution

The Green Party has called on the Israeli Government to re-evaluate its negative response to the latest UN Security Council resolution on the Middle East and to respect its provisions, providing an opportunity for the peace process to bear fruit.
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The dinosaur awakes – How quickly will it move; how clearly can it think?

By Kennedy Graham MP, Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand. Humanity has woken, after a quarter-century of fitful slumber, to the fact of climate change. Dangerous climate change.
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Hope from a Young Green in Lebanon

By: Riwa Ghawi, Lebanon Green Party

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A movement for social and environmental reform in the Philippines' Central Mindanao

By Datu Oskie MUHAMMAD, Vice Chair for Mindanao, GREENS PH – Partido Kalikasan

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Climate Change in Pakistan

Global Climate Change resulting from an increasing concentration of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) in the atmosphere has become an accepted and major theme in today‘s world.  According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the average temperature of the earth increased by 0.6°C over the last century and it is expected to further increase by 1.4 to 5.8ºC by the end of the current century.

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