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Countries in which Global Green member parties are part of a coalition government (dark green) or are represented in national legislature (light green). Countries with a Global Green member party that is not represented in the national legislature are in yellow.
|Formation||12 April 2001|
|Type||International nongovernmental organization|
|Purpose||World network of green political parties and organizations|
|Headquarters||Rue Wiertz 31, 1050 Brussels, Belgium|
|Global Greens Congress|
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As of November 2013 the network had 91 full member parties and 19 observers and associate parties.
- 1 Global Greens Charter
- 2 Global Greens Congress
- 3 Global Greens Coordination
- 4 Federations
- 5 Member parties
- 6 Networks
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
Global Greens Charter
The Charter of the Global Greens professes "core values" of ecological wisdom, social justice, participatory democracy, nonviolence, sustainability and respect for diversity. Priorities include "reforming the dominant economic model, tackling climate change, ending the hunger crisis, promoting vibrant democracy, working for peace, protecting biodiversity."
Global Greens Congress
The Global Greens were founded in 2001 in Canberra, Australia at the First Global Greens Congress, where the Global Greens Charter was approved. The Second Global Greens Congress was held in 2008 in São Paulo, Brazil. The Third Global Greens Congress was held in Dakar, Senegal in 2012. The Fourth Global Green Congress was held in Liverpool in spring 2017.
Global Greens Coordination
The Global Greens has a 12-member steering committee called the Global Greens Coordination.
The Global Greens are organised into four federations across the world:
- Federation of the Green Parties of the Americas
- Federation of Green Parties of Africa
- European Green Party
- Asia Pacific Greens Federation
Member parties in the Americas
Affiliated members in North, Central and South America form the Federation of the Green Parties of the Americas.
|Country||Name||National/Federal Government||State/Municipal Government||Notes|
|Bolivia||Partido Verde de Bolivia||unknown||unknown|
|Brazil||Partido Verde do Brasil||independent||The party is represented in several states legislatures.||in coalition 2003–2008|
|Canada||Green Party of Canada/Parti vert du Canada||The party has one MP in Federal Parliament, sitting in opposition||The party has representation in BC, NB, ON, and PE provincial legislatures. The party has one seat in Vancouver City Council. There is also a Green representative on the Calgary City Council.||Allied with the governing NDP in BC|
|Chile||Partido Ecologista||in opposition||Two seats on regional boards.||One seat in the Chamber of Deputies as part of the Broad Front coalition.|
|Colombia||Alianza Verde||independent||Senators 5/102, Representatives (National Lower House) 6/166, Regional Governors 3/32, Regional Deputy 23/418, Municipal Mayors 49/1102|
|Mexico||Partido Ecologista Verde de México||Junior party in coalition cabinet||Manuel Velasco Coello, a green, is governor of Chiapas with the support of PRI||The party is criticized for its support of the death penalty, and alleged corruption.|
|Peru||Partido Ecologista Alternative Verde del Peru||unknown||unknown|
|United States||Green Party of the United States||Extraparliamentary opposition||The party has representation in the Maine State Legislature. There is representation on the Minneapolis, Laredo, Madison, Pacifica, and Carbondale city councils.||The party used to be represented in the CA and AR State Legislatures.|
|Venezuela||Movimiento Ecológico de Venezuela||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown|
Member parties in Asia and Oceania
Affiliated members in Asia, Pacific and Oceania form the Asia-Pacific Green Network.
|Country||Name||National/Federal Government||State/Municipal Government||Notes|
|Australia||Australian Greens||in opposition||in coalition in A.C.T., represented in most states and territories||in coalition in Tasmania 2010–14|
|Republic of China (Taiwan)||Green Party Taiwan||Extraparliamentary opposition||Represented in Taoyuan and Hsinchu County|
|Hong Kong||Green Party Hong Kong||unknown||unknown|
|India||Uttarakhand Parivartan Party||Extraparliamentary opposition in the Indian state of Uttarakhand||unknown|
|Japan||Greens Japan||Extraparliamentary opposition||Kazumi Inamura, a green, is mayor of Amagasaki|
|Mongolia||Mongolian Green Party||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown|
|Mongolia||Civil Will-Green Party||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown||in coalition 2012–16|
|Nepal||Green Civil Society||unknown|
|Pakistan||Green Party of Pakistan||unknown||unknown|
|Papua New Guinea||Papua New Guinea Greens||Extraparliamentary Opposition||unknown|
|Philippines||Green Party of the Philippines (Partido Kalikasan)||unknown||unknown|
|South Korea||Green Party of Korea||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown|
|New Zealand||Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand||8 MPs sitting in government||The party endorsed current mayors of Auckland Phil Goff and Wellington Justin Lester and is represented on Auckland and Wellington city councils.|
Member parties in Africa
Affiliated parties in Africa form the Federation of Green Parties of Africa.
Member parties in Europe
Affiliated members in Europe form the European Green Party.
|Country||Name||National/Federal Government||State/Municipal Government||European Parliament||Notes|
|Albania||Green Party of Albania||in opposition||in opposition 34 local councillors, 8 in urban municipalities and 26 in rural municipalities||Not an EU member|
|Andorra||Partit Verds d'Andorra||in opposition||The party hasn't participated in recent local elections||Not an EU member|
|Austria||Die Grünen||Extraparliamentary opposition||in coalition in Upper Austria, Carinthia, Tyrol, Salzburg, Vorarlberg and Vienna||in opposition|
|Belgium||Ecolo||in opposition||in opposition in Wallonia and Brussels-Capital Region||in opposition||Form one Parliamentary group in the Federal Parliament|
|Belgium||Groen||in opposition||in opposition in Flanders||in opposition|
|Bulgaria||Zelena Partija||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Cyprus||Cyprus Green Party||in opposition||unknown||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Czech Republic||Strana zelených||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown||Extraparliamentary opposition||In coalition 2006–2010|
|Estonia||Estonian Greens||in opposition||unknown||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Finland||Vihreät/De Gröna||in opposition||Represented in several municipalities. It has the second largest group of councillors in Helsinki||in opposition||in coalition 1995–2003, 2007–2014|
|France||Europe Écologie–Les Verts||in opposition||Senior coalition partner in Grenoble. Also in coalition in Occitanie, Nouvelle Aquitaine, Centre-Val de Loire and Paris, Lille, Nantes, Strasbourg, Rennes.||in opposition||in coalition 1997–2002, 2012–14, represented in parliament 1997-2017|
|Georgia||Sakartvelo’s Mtsvaneta Partia/Green Party of Georgia||unknown||unknown||Not an EU member|
|Germany||Bündnis '90/Die Grünen||in opposition||Senior coalition partner in the Landtag of Baden-Württemberg, also junior coalition party in 10 of 16 states. Senior coalition partner in the cities of Stuttgart, Darmstadt, Freiburg im Breisgau and Heidelberg||in opposition||in coalition 1998–2005|
|Greece||Ecologoi Prasinoi/Ecologist Greens||Junior party in coalition cabinet||Represented in most Regional parliaments||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Hungary||Lehet Más a Politika||8 MPs sitting in opposition||54 seats in local city councils||in opposition|
United Kingdom (NI)
|Green Party/Comhaontas Glas||2 TDs, sitting in opposition.||2 MLA, 12 councillors in ROI local government, 4 in NI local government||Extraparliamentary opposition||In coalition in ROI 2007–2011|
|Italy||Federazione dei Verdi||2 Senators elected as M5S, sitting in opposition||The party has one regional councilor in Campania participating in the coalition||Extraparliamentary opposition||in coalition 1996–2001|
|Italy||Verdi–Grüne–Vërc||One deputy, sitting in opposition||The party has 3 members in the Landtag of South Tyrol.||Extraparliamentary opposition||Part of the Federazione dei Verdi before 2013|
|Latvia||Latvijas Zala Partija/Latvia Green Party||Junior party in coalition cabinet||Represented in several city councils, most notably in rural areas.||Extraparliamentary opposition||Prime minister (2004) and since 2016, in coalition 2002–11 and since 2014|
|Luxembourg||Déi Gréng||Junior party in coalition cabinet||Roberto Traversini, a green, is mayor of Differdange||in opposition|
|Macedonia||Demokratska Obnova na Makedonija||2 seats in the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia||unknown||Not an EU member|
|Malta||Alternattiva Demokratika||Extraparliamentary opposition||One green councillor in Ħ'Attard||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Moldova||Partidul Ecologist "Alianța Verde" din Moldova||unknown||unknown||Not an EU member|
|Netherlands||De Groenen||Extraparliamentary opposition||1/26 seats in Water board Amstel, Gooi en Vecht||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Netherlands||GroenLinks||14/150 seats in the House of Representatives, 4/75 seats in the Senate||Junior coalition partner in Noord-Holland and Zeeland. It is represented in most municipalities, and has the largest group of councillors in Nijmegen.||in opposition|
|Norway||Miljøpartiet De Grønne||One MP sitting in opposition||In coalition in Oslo and Trondheim, represented in other big cities||in opposition|
|Poland||Partia Zieloni||Extraparliamentary opposition||Represented in the regional parliaments of Silesia and West Pomerania, and the city councils of Warsaw and Opole||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Portugal||Partido Ecologista Os Verdes||Supporting the Socialist minority government||in coalition in some municipalities (with Portuguese Communist Party)||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Romania||Green Party of Romania||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Russia||Zelenaya Alternativa (GROZA)||unknown||unknown||Not an EU member|
|Slovakia||Strana Zelených||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown||Extraparliamentary opposition||Represented in parliament between 1990 and 2002|
|Slovenia||Stranka mladih Slovenije/Youth Party of Slovenia||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown||Extraparliamentary opposition|
|Spain||Iniciativa per Catalunya Verds||3 deputies elected under the banner En Comú Podem||In coalition in Barcelona||in opposition|
|Spain||Equo||3 deputies elected under the banner of Unidos Podemos||In coalition in Madrid, Zaragoza, Valencia, A Coruña, Santiago de Compostela||in opposition|
|Sweden||Miljöpartiet de Gröna||Junior party in coalition cabinet||Represented in several municipalities, especially in urban areas.||in opposition|
|Switzerland||Green Party of Switzerland||in opposition||Junior party in coalition cabinet in 7 cantons. Also in coalition in Bern, Geneva, Zurich, or Basel-City.||Not an EU member|
|Ukraine||Partija Zelenych Ukrajiny/Party of Greens of Ukraine||Extraparliamentary opposition||unknown||Not an EU member|
|United Kingdom (England and Wales)||Green Party of England and Wales||The party is represented in parliament by one MP and one life peer||The party is in coalition in Stroud, and has large groups of councillors in Norwich, Bristol and Brighton and Hove. It also has 2 London AMs||in opposition||The party dominated the Brighton and Hove City Council between 2011 and 2015.|
|United Kingdom ( Scotland)||Scottish Green Party||Extraparliamentary opposition||With 6 MSPs, the party currently holds the balance of power in Scottish Parliament. The party has 7 councillors in Glasgow and 8 in Edinburgh.||Extraparliamentary opposition|
Observers and associate member parties
The Global Greens have three networks designed to enable global collaboration, communication and community among member parties:
The next Congress will debate a motion to establish a Global Greens LGBT+ Network.
- Conservation movement
- Conservation ethic
- Direct democracy
- Environmental movement
- Earth science
- Global warming
- Grassroots democracy
- List of environmental organizations
- Natural environment
- Participatory democracy
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