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Joining hands against dirty oil production

Resolution accepted at the 9th EGP Council meeting, Montreuil, Paris, France, October 9-12, 2008

When StatoilHydro Canada's CEO Geir Jøssand states that he is confident that Statoil will surpass their goals of "sustainable development" in the oil sands, this can be described as nothing more than greenwashing a kind of oil production even less sustainable than conventional oil extraction by drilling.

October 18, 2008
Put Capitalism on a Green Leash

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

October 12, 2008
Treaty for the protection of the Arctic

Resolution accepted at the 9th EGP Council meeting, Montreuil, Paris, France, October 9-12, 2008

The European Green Party concludes that the Arctic is under immediate threat of being vastly exploited by the international and global energy and mining industry as well as large scale shipping and military presence,

October 12, 2008
The Common Agricultural Policy reform: How to achieve a High Environmental Performance agriculture

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

October 12, 2008
Protection of the LGBT citizens of Bosnia

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

October 12, 2008
Drilling for oil as a recipe for disaster

Resolution accepted at the 9th EGP Council meeting, Montreuil, Paris, France, October 9-12, 2008

The oil industry's claim that it can prevent any negative environmental impact from their activities is blatantly false. Searching, drilling and transporting oil is inherently risky, proven not only by frequent acute oil spills, but also by environmental catastrophes such as the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989.

October 12, 2008
On the Upgrade of EU-Israel Relations

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

October 12, 2008
Asylum seekers

Resolution accepted at the 9th EGP Council meeting, Montreuil, Paris, France, October 9-12, 2008

The European Green Party gathered in Paris supports the recommendations of the Jean Lambert report, in particular the concept of responsibility sharing by the 27 countries of the EU and a revision of the Dublin Convention to ensure that Malta and its people do not continue carrying the disproportionate weight they are carrying at the moment in the examination of applications of asylum seekers.

October 12, 2008
Digital rights are civil rights

Resolution accepted at the 9th EGP Council meeting, Montreuil, Paris, France, October 9-12, 2008

The right to share, the right to protect one's privacy, freedom of expression, the right to learn, the right to access knowledge, the right to assembly, or consumer rights are amongst the common rights that apply in a digital world, hence they are Digital Rights.

October 12, 2008
The personalisation of the campaign

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

October 12, 2008
International protection for the residents of Ashraf.

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

October 12, 2008
Out of the impasse: a resolution for Western Sahara

Resolution accepted at the 9th EGP Council meeting, Montreuil, Paris, France, October 9-12, 2008

The EU should adopt an assertive strategy to solve these frozen conflicts in its vicinity, using all the humanitarian and diplomatic means available in the Common Foreign and Security Policy, including the creation of a European Peace Corps.

October 12, 2008
A future without nuclear energy! No further nuclear plants in Switzerland

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

No need of nuclear power plants: future energy policy

On the occasion of its 25th anniversary the Green Party of Switzerland confirms its clear opposition against any new nuclear power plant. Nuclear energy has no future and remains the most dangerous technology. Taxpayers’ money for new nuclear power plants would be far better invested in the development of renewable energies and urgent actions towards better energy efficiency.


October 12, 2008
European countries must withdraw export credit guarantees for Ilisu Dam

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

October 12, 2008
No to the blocking coalition against the Green Energy and Climate package

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

October 12, 2008
On the resumption of talks on the resolution of the Cyprus issue

Resolution adopted at the Paris Council meeting, 9-12 October 2008.

October 12, 2008
A European Act for Democracy

Resolution accepted at the 9th EGP Council meeting, Montreuil, Paris, France, October 9-12, 2008

Even if the ratification of the Treaty of Lisbon does not occur, the democratisation of the Union and the embodiment of Fundamental Rights cannot be allowed to disappear.

October 12, 2008

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