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Global Greens has published a statement calling on governments around the world to “fulfill their collective responsibility for preventing dangerous climate change” at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris. Greens from the U.S. attending the summit include presidential candidates Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza Curry and Jill Stein, and national party co-chair Sanda […]
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein did an hour-long interview with Jackman Radio, a podcast hosted by Eric and Michael Jackman. The complete video is below.
Harvard University’s Harvard Crimson has a feature on alumnus Jill Stein, who is seeking the Green Party presidential nomination for the second time. The Crimson writes that when Stein ran in 2012, “she was arrested at a national debate. While fellow Harvard graduates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama took to the stage, Green Party candidate […]
Rashad Turner, who ran a write-in campaign for the St. Paul, Minnesota school board this year with the endorsement of the Green Party, will run for the Minnesota state legislature in 2016. The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports that Turner, “he lead organizer for Black Lives Matter St. Paul…said Saturday that not enough progress has been made […]
Green Party of Washington State Vice Chair Jody Grage was interviewed by Iran’s PressTV about demonstrations at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change that begins Monday in Paris. Grage said Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein “will be at COP21 as well as some of the Global Greens. They are calling for very specific […]
According to Ballot Access News, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein and Democrat Martin O’Malley are likely to be the only two presidential candidates “who will receive public funding in January 2016.” Stein expects to meet the qualification for federal matching funds by January 4.
The Green Party of the United States said this week that it hard endorsed the Global Climate March that will take place in Paris on Sunday. The march “will challenge the leaders of 190-plus nations meeting at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) to achieve a legally binding global agreement on post-2020 […]