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ENG: The Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand (in Māori: Rōpū Kākāriki o Aotearoa) is the third largest political party in the New Zealand parliament with 14 seats. It focuses firstly on environmentalism, arguing that all other aspects of humanity will cease to be of concern if there is no environment to sustain it. Ecological economics, progressive social policies, participatory democracy, and non-violence make up the balance of its platform. The party is currently co-led by MP Metiria Turei and Russel Norman. The party has both a male and female co-leader. The male co-leader position was vacant following the November 2005 death of Rod Donald until the 2006 annual general meeting when Norman was elected using the alternative vote system. Following former female co-leader ...
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Green Party launches 'For a Richer New Zealand'‎


TheGreen Partytoday released their 'For a Richer New Zealand' advertising campaign. The aim of the campaign is to ask New Zealanders to vote for real prosperity this election. The campaign creative will appear from next week on the Green Party's hoardings, leaflets and website. It is aimed at promoting the Green Party's goals for the next three years on clean rivers, green jobs and bringing children out of poverty. "We want a New Zealand that is richer in the things that really matter - strong communities, a beautiful, well cared for environment and a clean, green economy that works for ...


Green Party: State Of Auckland Report Supports Green


The State of our City report demonstrates that Auckland urgently needs a CBD rail loop and other green transport priorities because it is the economic engine of the country, said the Green Party today.The report says that Auckland City contributes a disproportionately large share of the country's GDP relative to its population, and that the city's economy is dominated by white collar jobs in the business, financial and property sectors. It also shows that by far the highest growth in new housing has been in the CBD. Bus and train patronage is way up, while car registrations are declining."New ...


Green MP launches bill to strengthen Bill of Rights Act


Green MP Keith Locke today launched a members bill to strengthen New Zealand's Bill of Rights Act.The UN Human Rights Committee recently challenged New Zealand over its passage of laws.Locke's bill will ensure legislation is checked for consistency with the Bill of Rights. Recent examples of controversial bills include the three strikes bill, and the Whanganui gang insignia bill. August 31, 2010 Source: Channel 9 31.08.2010


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Government underfunding jeopardises recycling
The Government's underfunding of the TV Takeback scheme jeopardises the whole e-waste drop-off network across the country, the Green Party said today. The TV Takeback scheme was put in place to deal with the glut of old TVs needing to be recycled arising from the digital switch over. RCN E-Waste Limited the company that processed the TV's collected for recycling has recently been put into liquidation. "It costs money to recycle all TVs. Right now TV importers and manufactures are passing the burden of recycling their products onto taxpayers and recycling companies," Green Party waste spokesperson Denise Roche said. "Community recyclers have been left with hundreds of old TVs, and out of pocket, and a TV recycling company has gone bust because the Government has not paid for the full cost of transporting and recycling TVs during the scheme. "Linking the TV Takeback scheme to the digital rollout meant the design of the scheme was rushed. While it ensured thousands of TVs didn't end up be
ACC investments risking native species
The National Government has invested in a gold drilling company whose activities threaten a critically endangered native frog species, the Green Party has revealed today.Despite being a signatory to the UN Principles for Responsible Investment, the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) has made a significant but failed investment in gold drilling company Antipodes Gold, which plans to mine in the habitat of the critically endangered Archey's Frog in the Coromandel Forest Park.The Archey's frog is one of the world's rarest frogs. It can only be found in two locations in New Zealand and is the highest ranked EDGE (Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered) amphibian in the world."Another day, another eco-felony from the National Government," said Green Party Mining spokesperson Catherine Delahunty."This is another example of National sacrificing New Zealand's precious native species and wildlife in order to give the mining industry a leg-up."Whether it's allowing oil exploration
Whaling must be top of agenda for Japan PM visit
New Zealand must make protecting whales a priority during next week's visit by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Green Party oceans spokesperson Gareth Hughes said today.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will make an official visit to New Zealand next week after recently outlining an intention to aim for the resumption of commercial whaling."New Zealand needs to exert diplomatic pressure on the Japanese Government over whaling during Prime Minister Abe's visit to New Zealand," Mr Hughes said."As one of the countries that took Japan to the International Court of Justice over whaling, and won, we must keep up the pressure on Japan to turn its back on slaughtering whales in the Southern Ocean."New Zealanders want to see a strong message sent to Prime Minister Abe that hunting whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary is unacceptable and unlawful."While Prime Minister John Key will be no doubt be fixated upon the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement he must also make sure that New Zea
Government underfunding jeopardises recycling
The Government's underfunding of the TV Takeback scheme jeopardises the whole e-waste drop-off network across the country, the Green Party said today. The TV Takeback scheme was put in place to deal with the glut of old TVs needing to be recycled arising from the digital switch over. RCN E-Waste Limited the company that processed the TV's collected for recycling has recently been put into liquidation. "It costs money to recycle all TVs. Right now TV importers and manufactures are passing the burden of recycling their products onto taxpayers and recycling companies," Green Party waste spokesperson Denise Roche said. "Community recyclers have been left with hundreds of old TVs, and out of pocket, and a TV recycling company has gone bust because the Government has not paid for the full cost of transporting and recycling TVs during the scheme. "Linking the TV Takeback scheme to the digital rollout meant the design of the scheme was rushed. While it ensured thousands of TVs didn't end up be



 
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