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Paris climate conference - failure is not an option

Global Greens call for unity and resolve The Global Greens call upon the governments of the world, assembled at Paris next week, to fulfil their collective responsibility for preventing dangerous climate change. (English, Spanish)
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Global Greens Day 2019

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Appel de la Fédération des Verts d’Afrique à la solidarité avec le Mozambique, le Zimbabwe et le Malawi après le Cyclone Idai

Le 14 mars, le cyclone Idai a frappé très durement le Mozambique, suivi du Zimbabwe et du Malawi, qui ont fait plus de 5 000 morts et 1 200 disparus. 

Avec de lourdes pertes en vies humaines et d'immenses dégâts matériels, le cyclone Idai a laissé des centaines de milliers de personnes sans-abri, exposées à la faim et aux maladies. 

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Call of African Greens Federation for solidarity with Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi after Cyclone Idai

On March 14, Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique very hard, followed by Zimbabwe and Malawi, which left more than 5,000 dead and 1,200 missing. With heavy losses of lives and immense material damage, cyclone Idai left hundreds of thousands of homeless people, who are prone to hunger and diseases.
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Global Greens call for meaningful climate action - press release

The most progressive countries working in this COP are those that have been formed with Greens in their governments. Ministers of climate, energy and environment from Sweden, New Zealand, and Luxembourg are playing prominent roles at this COP and are Green Party members. Greens note that those governments pushing back on climate action are the same ones who increasingly reject immigration, stoke fear of the “other,” and ignore the need for social justice and eradication of poverty. “In this, Greens are also united in demanding social justice, human rights and meeting the needs of the many,” said Dorothy Nalubega, of the Global and Uganda Greens.
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Global Greens call for meaningful climate action

KATOWICE-Representatives from Green Parties around the world gathered for COP24 calling for meaningful action to meet the clear challenge of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Special Report on 1.5 degrees. A press conference will be held Friday December 14, 2018 at 3pm CET. A live stream is available on the COP24 media page.
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Rwanda’s Green Party sets new milestone

The European Green Party wishes to congratulate the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda after its success in parliamentary elections on 3 September.  The party won 5% of the national vote, allowing them to enter parliament for the first time with 2 seats.

European Green Party co-chairs Reinhard Bütikofer, Monica Frassoni and Committee Member Evelyne Huytebroeck made the following comments:

“We congratulate Rwandan Green party leader Frank Habineza and Secretary General Jean-Claude Ntezimana for their successful campaign in the parliamentary elections.

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[Global Greens statement] Climate Change is Our Priority Now

The Global Greens calls on voters around the world to vote Green in 2018 at local and national elections everywhere and at the EU elections in 2019 because climate change is happening now and is impacting us in a big way. The following statement gives an insight into the experience, impacts and urgency of climate change occurring right now in each region of the world.
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COP23 Statement - Global Greens Parliamentarians Association

"While we await the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on the pathway to 1.5 degrees Celsius due in October 2018, it is already known that the current impact of countries achieving their targets still leaves us far from achieving the Paris Agreement's goal. The Nationally Determined Contributions must be 'ratcheted up,' as is anticipated in the Paris Agreement," said the GGPA group at COP23.
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