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The Conservatives Blame Labour for their Plans to Destroy Kidlington's Green Belt. Unfair? Yes, but then again...

There are campaign leaflets flying around from the Tories blaming Labour for ‘forcing Cherwell to build on Green Belt land”, I think that’s a huge stretch of the truth. 463 more words


Marama Davidson Demonstrates Why the Greens Should Hold Onto Their Questions

Marama Davidson was elected the new co-leader of the Greens on April 8, and debuted in Question Time with a very strong showing. Questioning Jacinda Ardern, she asked about the underfunding of public services and even suggested that new or increased taxation may be required to properly tackle the issue while doing so. 397 more words

New Zealand Politics

We await concrete Green action, and can do without the nutters

The Labour led government banned oil and gas exploration on Thursday, sort of, permits anyway, in the future. It has dismayed NZ First and the Greens are ecstatic, in what may be a largely symbolic move. 841 more words

Green Party

Greens hail 'biggest victory yet'

Gareth Hughes:

I had to pinch myself because I almost can’t believe we did it!

Today our government has announced the historic decision to end all new fossil fuel exploration in our oceans.

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How 'intrinsically linked' is the environment and social justice?

Greens have been re-expressing how they think that environmental issues can’t be separated from social justice.

Green list candidate from last election:

When Simon Bridges says he wants to work with the Greens on environmental issues, but not the “other stuff” he’s showing he doesn’t understand that the health of people, the environment, and the economy are all entwined.

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Kenneth Mejia Has a Real Chance in CA-34

Joe discusses what’s going on in California’s 34th congressional district and the possibility of the district going green in 2018. Kenneth Mejia has a real chance of becoming the next Green congressman. 30 more words


Green Party candidate running for now vacant Assembly seat

By Sabina Mollot

On April 24, four candidates will be on the ballot in the hope of winning the now-vacant Assembly seat previously occupied by State Senator Brian Kavanagh. 1,226 more words