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Party Leaders

Annalena Baerbock

Local Councillors

Turgut Altug
  
Sabine Bangert
  
Canan Bayram
  
Dirk Behrendt
  
Thomas Birk
  
Marianne Burker-Eulitz
  
Jochen Esser
  
Silke Gebel
  
Stefan Gelbhaar
  
Claudia Hämmerlingstraße
  
Clara Herrmann
  
Susanna Kahlefeld
  
Antje Kapek
  
Anja Kofbinger
  
Heidi Kosche
  
Nicole Ludwig
  
Benedikt Lux
  
Harald Moritz
  
Bola Olalowo
  
Andreas Otto
  
Ramona Pop
  
Stefanie Remlinger
  
Michael Shepherd
  
Anja Schillhaneck
  
Katrin Schmidberger
  
Notker Schweikhardt
  
Janeska Villbrandt
  
Stefan Ziller
  
Ute Michel
  
Laura Martin Martorell
  
Uwe Diederichs-Seidel
  

MPs

Agnieszka Brugger
Anja Hajduk
Anna Christmann
Annalena Baerbock
Anton Hofreiter
Beate Müller-Gemmeke
Beate Walter-Rosenheimer
Bettina Hoffmann
Britta Hasselmann
Canan Bayram
Cem Özdemir
Christian Kühn
Claudia Müller
Claudia Roth
Corinna Rüffer
Daniela Wagner
Danyal Bayaz
Dieter Janecek
Ekin Deligöz
Erhard Grundl
Filiz Polat
Franziska Brantner
Friedrich Ostendorff
Frithjof Schmidt
Gerhard Schick
Harald Ebner
Ingrid Nestle
Irene Mihalic
Julia Verlinden
Jürgen Trittin
Kai Gehring
Katharina Dröge
Katja Dörner
Katja Keul
Katrin Göring-Eckhardt
Kerstin Andreae
Kirsten Kappert-Gonther
Konstantin von Notz
Kordula Schulz-Asche
Lisa Badum
Lisa Paus
Luise Amtsberg
Manuel Sarrazin
Manuela Rottmann
Margarete Bause
Margit Stumpp
Maria Klein-Schmeink
Markus Kurth
Markus Tressel
Matthias Gastel
Monika Lazar
Oliver Krischer
Omid Nouripour
Ottmar von Holtz
Renate Künast
Stefan Gelbhaar
Stefan Schmidt
Steffi Lemke
Stephan Kühn
Sven Lehmann
Sven-Christian Kindler
Sylvia Kotting-Uhl
Tabea Rößner
Tobias Lindner
Ulle Schauws
Uwe Kekeritz
Wolfgang Strengmann-Kuhn

International Secretary

Jamila Schäfer

Global Party leadership for achieving global climate goals

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A Global Greens press conference was held at the COP23 climate negotiations held by the UNFCCC in Bonn, Germany. Green Party leaders discussed 1) What happened at COP23?, 2) What are Green parties aiming to achieve at these climate conferences?, 3) How is Green political leadership going to achieve the climate goals? The panel clearly establishes that voting for the Green party achieves real... more


Motion by Bündnis 90/The Greens on the signing of the Paris climate agreement

Motion by the Alliance 90/The Greens parliamentary group to German Budestag on the signing of the Paris climate agreement – effectively anchoring climate protection and meeting climate targets.


Nuclear energy is not an alternative

European and Global Greens stand for a transition to sustainable renewable energy
Fukushima was the largest nuclear incident the world had seen since Chernobyl, on April 26 1986. It is a harsh reminder once again of the risks nuclear energy poses to our health and environment. Nuclear power cannot be regarded as a viable alternative to fossil fuels, and it definitely not as a source of renewable energy.


Election Success in Hamburg

Hamburg Greens 'top team', Katharina Fegebank and Jens Kerstan
Greens in the German state of Hamburg won 12.2% of the vote in elections on 15 February and are set to form a coalition government with the Social Democrats (SPD).


Year Date % of vote Number of votes Reps Elected
2017 25 Sep 8.9%  4157564 67
2013 22 Sep 8.4%  3690314 62
2009 28 Sep 10.7%  4641197 68
2007 01 Jan 8.1%  51
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News about Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

Global Party leadership for achieving global climate goals

,
A Global Greens press conference was held at the COP23 climate negotiations held by the UNFCCC in Bonn, Germany. Green Party leaders discussed 1) What happened at COP23?, 2) What are Green parties aiming to achieve at these climate conferences?, 3) How is Green political leadership going to achieve the climate goals? The panel clearly establishes that voting for the Green party achieves real... more


Motion by Bündnis 90/The Greens on the signing of the Paris climate agreement

Motion by the Alliance 90/The Greens parliamentary group to German Budestag on the signing of the Paris climate agreement – effectively anchoring climate protection and meeting climate targets.


Nuclear energy is not an alternative

European and Global Greens stand for a transition to sustainable renewable energy
Fukushima was the largest nuclear incident the world had seen since Chernobyl, on April 26 1986. It is a harsh reminder once again of the risks nuclear energy poses to our health and environment. Nuclear power cannot be regarded as a viable alternative to fossil fuels, and it definitely not as a source of renewable energy.


Election Success in Hamburg

Hamburg Greens 'top team', Katharina Fegebank and Jens Kerstan
Greens in the German state of Hamburg won 12.2% of the vote in elections on 15 February and are set to form a coalition government with the Social Democrats (SPD).


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