Lest we forget.
Lest we forget
Greg Flatt
We need to think carefully about plantation forests - heavy rain can have huge effects on them, and the soil and water around them.
We need to think carefully about plantation forests heavy rain can have

Water Fools? - River damage from forestry in Northland

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Rhys Kempen
Mike Davey
Jeff Saunders
We're loving the gorgeous photos of the Aurora Australis popping up from the weekend. This one was taken on the coast of Akaroa, Canterbury.
Were loving the gorgeous photos of the Aurora Australis popping up from
Rob Dickinson
LeRoy Boyle
Jan Logie MP's proposed bill will guide employers on how they can support victims of domestic violence. We've made it easier to make a submission to the select committee considering the bill by using the form on our website.

Share your personal experiences or stories so that MPs can understand what families go through. Everyone's voice is important.
Jan Logie MPs proposed bill will guide employers on how they can

Workplace support for domestic violence victims

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Wai Rachel Bradley
“Putting New Zealand on a path to a zero emission future will require all of us working across the political divide” – James Shaw MP

MPs from all parties spoke about climate change in parliament recently. Here's a bite-sized summary of the debate #earthday2017
Dara Walsh
Kevin Hester
Graham Duncan
Let's move New Zealand's electricity to 100% renewable! That means we'll use wind, solar, hydro and geothermal energy to power the country. Read our plan at [ Greens.org.nz Link ]
Lets move New Zealands electricity to 100 renewable That means well use
Anne Bernard
Hâdge Haine
Matty Tee
We’re joining Kiwi scientists for the March for Science on Saturday at locations around the country. Find out where it's happening near you: [ Marchforsciencenz.org Link ]

James Shaw MP is speaking at the Auckland march, and Metiria Turei MP is speaking in Dunedin #earthday2017
Were joining Kiwi scientists for the March for Science on Saturday at
Dan Jones
Greg Flatt
Lindsay Algra
Awesome to see Great Greens posters all over New Zealand! If you haven't already, check out the website and answer a few quick questions:
Awesome to see Great Greens posters all over New Zealand If you
Charlotte Šunde
Still have a sweet tooth after the long weekend? Try our Earth cake! #BakeCakesNotEarth
Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand
Sam Miller
Gareth Judd
"It's unacceptable that so many Kiwi families are getting sick because they can't afford to switch the heater on" - Gareth Hughes MP
Its unacceptable that so many Kiwi families are getting sick because they

Power bill subsidies for lower-income families, under Greens' power policy

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Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand
Ron Kjestrup
Dagan McGregor
Watch #LIVE as we launch our new electricity policy. It's our plan to achieve a cheaper, cleaner, and smarter electricity system.
Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand
Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand
Dianne Khan
Changing the environment to suit intensive farming is destroying the Mackenzie Basin and its once pristine lakes. We should be looking at ways to farm with the environment instead of against it.
Changing the environment to suit intensive farming is destroying the Mackenzie Basin

Water fools? - Greening of Mackenzie

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Dylan Cliff
Graham Duncan
Nick Calogaras
We love animals all year round, and want to make sure they’re well looked after. Celebrate our updated animal welfare policy by sharing your pet photos in the comments!

You can read the animal welfare policy here: [ Greens.org.nz Link ]
We love animals all year round and want to make sure theyre
Tim Meh
Sue Surjupersad
Keryn Doyle
Congratulations to Kristine Bartlett & E tū for this historic victory. Care workers have waited a long time for justice and they didn't get it without a long battle in the courts. Well done to everyone who worked tirelessly to make this happen!
Congratulations to Kristine Bartlett E tū for this historic victory Care workers

Editorial: Justice for women in the workplace will cost, but it is welcome.

stuff.co.nz
Rack Jandall
Carissa Looij
Elsa Parohinog
Want to create a great sustainable place for all of us to live? Check out and answer a few quick questions!
Want to create a great sustainable place for all of us to
Katherine Erebus
Paddy O'Rourke
Elaine Mander
Re-usable shopping bags are a great way to stop plastic bags ending up in our landfills and oceans. It's time to vote on your favourite re-usable bag design in our competition!

Vote here: [ A.pgtb.me Link ]

Learn more about our bill to end the 1.6 billion plastic bags used in NZ every year: [ Greens.org.nz Link ]
Reusable shopping bags are a great way to stop plastic bags ending
David Payton
Susan Moore
Rosemary Dibley
We heard New Zealanders are among the biggest consumers of chocolate per capita in the world! This Easter, check out our tips for shopping for ethical chocolate, including decorating your own eggs with your little ones.
We heard New Zealanders are among the biggest consumers of chocolate per

Tips for a Green Easter

blog.greens.org.nz
Ben Aye
Graham Townsend
Nicky Armstrong
A few passionate words from our Co-leader James Shaw. Sign on if you want a climate plan that Kiwis can be proud of at [ Worthsaving.org.nz Link ]
Graham Townsend
Samuel Renata
Marianne Gilbert
“Intensive farming and irrigation are the most important sources of pollution” – Chief Scientist for the government, Sir Peter Gluckman, talks to 1 NEWS about saving our waterways.
Steve  Sinclair
Mary Moore
Mark Cole
Our bill to introduce mandatory Country of Origin labelling has just passed its first reading! This means the bill will now go through the Select Committee process, and if it passes at the end of that, supermarkets and other food outlets will be required to label single-ingredient food (like veggies, meat, fish, grains, nuts and oils) with the country that the food comes from.

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Our bill to introduce mandatory Country of Origin labelling has just passed
Tim Meh
Mark Harvey
James Graham