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Metiria Turei
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Co-Leader and Spokesperson for Social Equity, Education, Māori Affairs

MPs

Dr Kennedy Graham Spokesperson for: Disarmament, Global Affairs, Climate Change, Trade & Foreign Investment, Constitutional Issues, Defence, Population
Eugenie Sage Spokesperson for Environment, Conservation, Water, Local Government, Christchurch, Land Information, Resource Management issues
James Shaw
Marama Davidson
Metiria Turei Co-leader and Spokesperson for Social Equity, Education, Māori Affairs
Mr David Clendon Green Party spokesperson for: Small Business, Corrections and Courts, Justice, Tertiary Education, Research & Technology, Police, Tourism
Mr Gareth Hughes Spokesperson for: Energy, Oceans, Mining (oceans), ICT, Youth, Libraries & Archives
Mr Kevin Hague Green Party Spokesperson on: Health, ACC, Cycling, Rainbow Issues, Sport & Recreation, Alcohol & Other Drugs, Older persons
Mr Steffan Browning Green Party Spokesperson on: Agriculture, Fisheries, Organics, GE, Forestry, Biosecurity & Customs, Security & Intelligence
Ms Catherine Delahunty Spokesperson for Environment (Mining, Toxics), Treaty of Waitangi
Ms Denise Roche Spokesperson for Industrial Relations, Community & Voluntary sector, Community Economic Development, Waste, Gambling, Auckland, State Services
Ms Jan Logie Spokesperson for Income Support, Immigration, Women, Pacific Island Affairs, Ethnic Affairs, Human Rights, Rainbow Issues, Overseas Development Aid
Ms Julie Anne Genter Green Party Spokesperson on: Transport, Commerce, Broadcasting Associate Spokesperson for: Economy and Finance, Climate Change
Ms Mojo Mathers Green Party Spokesperson for: Food, Animal Welfare, Disability Issues, Consumer Affairs, Civil Defence, Natural Health.

International Secretary

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.


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.


Ratifying Paris Agreement - Kennedy Graham Question

 Question on the Paris Climate Change Agreement 02.06.16: Transcript: Paris Climate Change Agreement—Presentation of Parliament9. Dr KENNEDY GRAHAM (Green) to the Minister for Climate Change Issues: Does the Government intend to present the Paris Climate Change Agreement to Parliament and ratify it before the end of 2016? Hon Dr NICK SMITH (Minister for the Environment) on behalf of the Minister... more


Former Green MP Holly Walker on life in Parliament as a mother, and a woman

(Photo: Marty Melville/Bauer Media)
When I was an MP, I used to tell people that I went into politics to use my voice. Yet at the end of three years in Parliament, I had lost my voice completely. Former New Zealand Green MP Holly Walker advocates for Members of Parliament to be able to combine parenting with politics.


Taking Climate Action to the Next Level: Reflections by UN Climate Chief

As the ink dries on the Paris Agreement concluded in December, the significance of the event is now being weighed up. At one and the same time, it is an ‘historic moment of hope for humanity’; it goes ‘nowhere near far enough’; and it is even a ‘fraud’. Which is correct? For Christiana Figuerres, Executive Director of UNFCC, the Agreement, “establishes a new model of 21st century diplomacy”.... more


Year Date % of vote Number of votes Reps Elected
2014 20 Sep 10.7%  257356 14
2011 26 Nov 11%  247372 14
2008 08 Nov 6.72%  157613 9
2005 17 Sep 5.3%  120521 6
2002 27 Jul 7%  142250 9
1999 27 Nov 5.16%  106560 7
1996 12 Oct (10.1%*) (209347*) 3 (13*)
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News about Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand

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.


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.


Ratifying Paris Agreement - Kennedy Graham Question

 Question on the Paris Climate Change Agreement 02.06.16: Transcript: Paris Climate Change Agreement—Presentation of Parliament9. Dr KENNEDY GRAHAM (Green) to the Minister for Climate Change Issues: Does the Government intend to present the Paris Climate Change Agreement to Parliament and ratify it before the end of 2016? Hon Dr NICK SMITH (Minister for the Environment) on behalf of the Minister... more


Former Green MP Holly Walker on life in Parliament as a mother, and a woman

(Photo: Marty Melville/Bauer Media)
When I was an MP, I used to tell people that I went into politics to use my voice. Yet at the end of three years in Parliament, I had lost my voice completely. Former New Zealand Green MP Holly Walker advocates for Members of Parliament to be able to combine parenting with politics.


Taking Climate Action to the Next Level: Reflections by UN Climate Chief

As the ink dries on the Paris Agreement concluded in December, the significance of the event is now being weighed up. At one and the same time, it is an ‘historic moment of hope for humanity’; it goes ‘nowhere near far enough’; and it is even a ‘fraud’. Which is correct? For Christiana Figuerres, Executive Director of UNFCC, the Agreement, “establishes a new model of 21st century diplomacy”.... more


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