As a reaction to the Fukushima catastrophe the EU performed stress tests to find out how safe the nuclear power plants in the EU are. Now, two years on we have the reports, but have our nuclear power plants gotten any safer? Do we actually know how safe our nuclear reactors are?
We are so delighted toannounceto you thatthe Green Party of iraq will run forthe first time in the iraqi parliamentary elections ,,, It was really hard and isextremely difficultinIraqat a timewhere most of iraqi political parties have many unknown sources of funds ??!!! whileGreen party of iraq denpends only on its minor source from all members with a great shortage in that funds.Continue reading →
Re: iraqi greens in elections 2014
To: iraq green
Congratulations to the Green Party of Iraq for your decision to run in the upcoming elections on April 30, 2014. I and the whole Global Greens are very keen to learn about your entire campaign: candidates, platform and election experiences – please do send us any information you can about your campaign so that we can share the news to others around the world. Continue reading →
Over 100,000 protesters took to the streets in central Tokyo on Monday to protest the country’s return to nuclear power. The demonstration was one of the largest of its kind since Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda announced that the country would restart its nuclear reactors last month. Continue reading →
Final Appeal to friends of PNG Greens Party (PNGGP).
Most of you are aware that writ for PNG National General elections will be issued tomorrow followed by 1week for nominations, 5 weeks of campaigning and 2 weeks of polling. Writ will be returned 27 July.
PNG Greens Party (PNGGP) has selected 25 candidates to contest including myself.
In the lead up to the Dakar 2012 Global Greens Congress the Global Greens Coordination commissioned public policy students from Harvard University to conduct a strategic review of the Global Greens. Their report was released not long before the congress and can be downloaded below