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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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AgResearch spending too much on GE
Figures revealed today show that AgResearch is spending a quarter of its research budget for forages on GE, the Green Party said today.In answers provided to the Education and Science Select Committee, AgResearch has revealed it is spending 25 percent of its forage budget (focused on grasses and legumes) on GE techniques."We should be concentrating on supplying high-value, clean, green and safe food that our markets desire," Green Party GE spokesperson Steffan Browning said."We can invest in research that supports our clean, green and safe brand."GE doesn't fit with New Zealand's high-value, clean, green and safe brand," said Mr Browning.
Death of endangered sea lion shows need for Govt action
The Green Party is calling on the Government to re-evaluate its squid fishery management following news that a second endangered sea lion has died in a squid fishing net this year. "Why is the Government still allowing endangered sea lions to legally be killed in fishing nets?" asked Green Party oceans spokesperson Gareth Hughes. "The Government doesn't allow hunters to accidentally kill kakapo or great spotted kiwi, and it doesn't have to allow the squid fishery to kill any of our critically endangered New Zealand sea lions either."The Government has been sitting on its hands, allowing sea lions to die in squid fishing nets, while sea lion-friendly fishing options exit."Jigging − a squid fishing method that uses hooks, rather than nets − doesn't pose much risk to sea lions. "The Government has also been refusing to announce the sea lion pup count for the Auckland Islands, the New Zealand sea lions' main breeding ground," said Mr Hughes."I'm calling on the Government to release th
National failing families on power prices
The current National government has failed to make changes that would reduce Kiwi families power bills and stood by while power prices continue to skyrocket, Green Party energy spokesperson Gareth Hughes said today.Residential power prices have risen by 20% under National, a $360 a year increase for a typical family, and are set to increase even more with large price increases being announced across the country.The Green Party has announced a suite of Energy Freedom policies that will reduce families' power bills: NZ Power with Progressive Pricing, more funding for home insulation, an end to fixed daily lines charges, and Solar Homes. Further announcements are planned."National is sitting on its hands as power bills skyrocket. The Greens have a comprehensive set of policies make electricity more affordable for Kiwi families," said Mr Hughes."The typical Kiwi family is paying $360 a year more for power today than they were when National came to office. The National Party says the 'mar
National failing families on power prices
The current National government has failed to make changes that would reduce Kiwi families power bills and stood by while power prices continue to skyrocket, Green Party energy spokesperson Gareth Hughes said today.Residential power prices have risen by 20% under National, a $360 a year increase for a typical family, and are set to increase even more with large price increases being announced across the country.The Green Party has announced a suite of Energy Freedom policies that will reduce families' power bills: NZ Power with Progressive Pricing, more funding for home insulation, an end to fixed daily lines charges, and Solar Homes. Further announcements are planned."National is sitting on its hands as power bills skyrocket. The Greens have a comprehensive set of policies make electricity more affordable for Kiwi families," said Mr Hughes."The typical Kiwi family is paying $360 a year more for power today than they were when National came to office. The National Party says the 'mar



 
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