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Global Greens News
Climate Special: November 2015
Two days to go until COP21 starts. People are arriving, the first climate marches will be held on Friday evening and roll on round the world over the weekend - a giant virtual demonstration. On Monday 147 heads of state and government will speak, setting out their commitments for climate action. To find out how you can participate and follow what's happening in Paris: click here.
The Global Greens are calling on the world's governments to fulfil their collective responsibility for preventing dangerous climate change when they meet in Paris next week. Unity and resolve are vital, not least as a counter to the fear and disunity that horrific terrorist attacks, like those recently in Mali, Paris and Beirut, aim to inspire. Failure is not an option. Global Greens Statement Read more (English and Spanish)
This weekend join the thousands and millions of people everywhere who will be marching for a safe climate. Make your voice heard with #StandUp4Climate and send a message to the world's leaders gathering in Paris. They are responsible is to the people, not to vested interests and their lobbyists, and we will hold them accountable. Read more (English, French, German) and Spanish
Green leaders preview the COP21 climate negotiations. Listen to talks by: Christine Milne (Global Greens Ambassador), Frank Habineza (African Greens Federation), Elizabeth May (Green Party of Canada), Alejandro San Martín Bravo (Partido Ecologista Verde de Chile), Yujin Lee (Green Party Korea), Kennedy Graham ( Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand), Reinhard Bütikofer (European Green Party), Meyrem Almaci (Flemish Greens). Read more