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APGFWN Webinar: Running a Green party as a woman President

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APGFWN Webinar: Running a Green party as a woman President

27th February, 6 am UTC

The Green Parties of Korea, Taiwan and Japan support the Hong Kong protests.

On the 9th of June, more than a million people came out to the streets in Hong Kong to oppose the Hong Kong government’s proposal to amend the extradition law. Many have expressed concerns that these amendments will be a direct threat to Hong Kong’s democracy and rule of law. The umbrellas in the crowd remind us of scenes from the Umbrella Movement 5 years ago. The protests have become bigger in scale. It is recorded as the largest demonstration ever held in Hong Kong since the handover in 1997. On the 12th of June, peaceful protesters fighting for freedom were met with a violent charge of batons by the government. 79 citizens were injured, 2 of whom are in serious condition. The Hong Kong government has already labelled the protest as a ‘riot’. China is accusing foreign powers of orchestrating the protests.
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Greens at COP22

Are you planning to attend COP22 in Marrakesh, Morocco, 7­-18 November 2016, or to conduct a Greens climate campaign? Tell us all about it by submitting this form!
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Invitation: Global Greens Paris COP21 Webinar

Make history! Join our first ever Global Greens webinar on Monday 9 November at 9 pm UTC. Hear Greens speakers from round the world preview the Paris COP21 climate talks; join the chat; ask questions. (A webinar is an online seminar - participate via your computer)
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800 scientists assess what we know about climate change- highlights of the 5th IPCC Report

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued its 5th report on the on 27 September 2013, bringing together over 800 scientists to make a comprehensive assessment of what we know about the science of climate change.
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Global Greens Congress Resolutions - Dakar 2012

Delegates to the Global Greens Congress in Dakar, Senegal passed close to 40 resolutions during the final plenary session on 1 April, 2012.

The final versions of the resolutions have now been released.

The key resolutions are:

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La presidenta del Partido Verde de Argentina, Silvia Vazquez fue designada como directora de Asuntos Ambientales del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores.

La presidenta del Partido Verde de Argentina, Silvia Vazquez fue designada como directora de Asuntos Ambientales del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, Comercio Internacional y Culto de la Nación Argentina. Silvia Vazquez, presidenta y fundadora del Partido Verde de la República Argentina asumió la dirección de Asuntos Ambientales del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, Comercio Internacional y Culto.
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MANIFIESTO DEL PARTIDO VERDE ECOLIGISTA DE BOLIVIA

EL PARTIDO VERDE ECOLOGISTA DE BOLIVIA , es una organización política, social, de defensa de la ecología, el medio ambiente y la biodiversidad. Esto solo es posible en la medida de que como hombres y mujeres comprometidos admitamos la necesidad de incorporarnos al mundo donde el logro de una calidad de vida y el ejercicio de los derechos sea la meta construida en el reconocimiento de la unidad y la pluralidad, organizada a través de las interacciones e incluso de los antagonismos, hoy más que nunca, en momentos que el planeta enfrenta una pandemia mundial denominada Coronavirus (COVID 19) Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this document are the responsibility of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of other members of this organisation.
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European Greens response to COVID-19 crisis

Rarely before has a crisis of such scale impacted so many, in such a short time, across our planet. This is an unprecedented challenge to our societies, which humanity must face together. Solidarity and ambitious cooperation, not nationalism or egoism, will ensure we come out of this crisis stronger and wiser. We must leave no one behind and face this together with open hearts.
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Remembering Fukushima - Greens Japan say no to nuclear

Nine years ago a 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami triggered a nuclear meltdown at Fukushima. The quake and tsunami left more than 18,000 people dead and destroyed homes and businesses. 160,000+ people had to flee and there are still 40,000 people unable to return home due to radiation contamination.

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