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œ04/28 About Greens Japan —ΔV–¢˜Ò

Greens Japan aims to organize a green party adhering to the gGreen Political Idealh; namely, ecologial wisdom, social justice, participatory democracy, nonviolence, sustainability, and respect for diversity, that the green parties across the globe support. ...

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How Greens Japan has started
Taking after the philosophy of Midori-no-Kaigi (2002 - 2004), that had a diet memeber and called for organizing environmental party, Midori-no-Table (Green Table) was developed and aimed to get involved in the national government.
There was another group called Rainbow and Green which was mostly a network of members of local councils. They put importance on the ecology and the diversity.

The two groups, Midori-no-Table and Rainbow and Green, merged and Greens Japan was officially born on Nov 22 2008.

Coordination with Global Greens
Rainbow and Green participated in the first Global Greens Conference.
In 2005, Rainbow and Green hosted the first Asia-Pacific Greens International Conference in Kyoto. Midori-no-Table was officially set up during this conference.
For the second Global Greens Conference held in 2008, Midori-no-Table and Rainbow and Green independently attended.

Incidentally, 3 members of Asia-Pacific Greens Network have been elected to be member of Global Greens Coordination. One of them, Ms Satoko Watanabe (a member of Kagawa Local Council) belongs to Midor no Mirai.

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