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Global Greens and European Greens Congress 2017 – #Greens2017

greens2017_nlFor the first time in their history, the Global Greens and the European Greens will hold a joint congress for a weekend of intense political debate. The Congress will take place in Liverpool and will be hosted by the Green Party of England and Wales. We are very proud to present our new Congress website to you, where you will find all of the necessary information regarding the event. Let us know if you are coming on our Facebook event page!   READ MORE

CETA vote in the European Parliament

29202636433_91c020b5ce_z_0Co-Chairs Reinhard Bütikofer and Monica Frassoni comment on the vote on the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) that took place in the European Parliament on 15 February. Global trade must be free and also fair – this fight goes on! Also read the letter that the leaders of the European Green Party, together with the Co-Presidents of the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament, sent to the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, ahead of the vote.    READ MORE

The European Green Party turns 13!

2004.02.20 Candidati 01 copy.pngThis week we have celebrated our 13th birthday! The European Green Party was founded on 22 Feb 2004, and was the first political party to form at a European level.

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Co-Chair Monica Frassoni’s interview on the Rome Treaty anniversary

treaty_of_rome-2This year, on 25 March, we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. On this occasion, the European Green Party will hold its working group on the Future of Europe in the Italian capital. We will also join the demonstration that will take place on the same day. To prepare you for this historic event, we catch up with our Co-Chair, Monica Frassoni, in a very inspiring interview.

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EGP Internship Programme

internship_post-copyAs you might know, the European Green Party organises internship exchanges between its member parties. Three internship positions are now available with our Belgian and French member parties. This is a unique opportunity to get to know how our Green family works around Europe, so don’t miss your chance – apply now!

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Thomas Edison supported fossil fuel divestment – in 1931!

edison_and_phonograph_edit1On Tomas Edison’s 170th birthday, we explored how the man who invented electricity-intensive living was a supporter of renewable energy and divestment from coal, oil and gas. More than one hundred years ago, Edison and many of his peers were already worried about the unsustainability of fossil fuels and the devastating impact its abundant use would have.

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#EUIdeasLab – Let’s draw the future

32625856691_382db2c184_zOn February 3-5, the European Green Party organized in Brussels the first “European Ideas LAB”, together with the Greens-EFA Group in the European Parliament. More than 300 “change-makers”, coming from almost 150 organizations from the four corners of Europe, discussed, listened and developed innovative ideas to work on together with Greens-EFA Members of the European Parliament. Watch the event video here!

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NEWS FROM THE MEMBER PARTIES

Yannick Jadot joins a united front for the upcoming Presidential elections in France

2016-yannick_jadot_depute_europeen_eelvGreen Party candidate for French President, Yannick Jadot, announced last week that he is withdrawing from the presidential race and will give his support to Benoît Hamon in the elections. This after reaching what he called a marvellous agreement, which includes an exit from nuclear energy within 25 years, the promotion of renewables, the protection of bio-diversity, an exit from pesticides, a revitalisation of democracy, the protection of health and jobs, and a fight for social justice, among others     READ MORE

Pekka Haavisto nominated presidential candidate for the Finnish elections

_MG_3019_0.pngWe are glad to inform you of the nomination of Pekka Haavisto, former Minister of the Environment, as candidate president at the 2018 Finnish elections. We wish him and our Finnish member party,