Green Party Says Biden Must Permanently Halt LNG and other New Fossil Fuels Infrastructure

The Green Party of the United States urged President Biden to move beyond pausing the approval of LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) facilities such as Calcasieu Pass 2 (CP2) to enact a permanent halt to all new fossil fuel infrastructure and a rapid phaseout of existing fossil fuel uses. Earlier today the Biden Administration announced it will pause approval on new liquefied natural gas exports while it reassesses the climate and economic impacts of these projects. Continue reading

Green Party Condemns COP28 a Failure as Fossil Fuels Remain Untouched

December 12, 2023 - The Green Party of the United States (GPUS) said that COP28, which is now past the initial deadline to finish, would be an abject failure if it did not expressly call for a phaseout of fossil fuels. The Greens also said that the proposed funding to assist the developing world in dealing with the dangers of climate change driven by the industrial nations was grossly inadequate. "COP28 has demonstrated the utter lack of urgency and ambition needed to address the climate crisis," said Green Party EcoAction Committee Co Chair Mark Dunlea. "While the 'agreement' on loss and damage is a small step, it is a drop in the bucket compared to what is truly needed to support vulnerable communities." Continue reading

Green Party Calls for a Green New Deal, A Rapid Halt to Fossil Fuels at COP28

The Green Party of the United States calls upon the Biden administration to support a rapid phaseout of fossil fuels and a ten-year transition to 100% renewable energy, with zero greenhouse gas emissions, at the COP28 climate summit that runs from November 30 to December 9. The Green Party, which began calling for a robust ecosocialist Green New Deal in 2010, insists that the U.S. support a just transition for all, and recognizes the disproportionate impact of climate change on vulnerable communities, which requires making climate reparations to the Global South to pay for the climate damage mainly caused by polluters from the industrial north. Continue reading

Green Party condemns attacks on civilians in Israel and Gaza; calls for immediate ceasefire

The Green Party of the United States condemns the targeted attacks on civilians in the recent wave of violence in Gaza and Israel. We call for an immediate ceasefire, an immediate end to the invasion and occupation of Gaza, and a halt to all military and foreign aid to Israel. We urge our government to join with the U.N. to secure Israel's complete withdrawal to, at least, the 1967 boundaries in compliance with international law. Continue reading

Green Party reaffirms commitment to running a strong presidential campaign

Wishes Dr. West good luck in his independent run The Steering Committee of the Green Party of the United States (GPUS) is surprised to learn of Dr. West’s decision to no longer seek the Green Party Presidential Nomination and to run as an independent. On behalf of the Green Party of the US, we thank Dr. West for his strong consideration towards running as a Green. We deeply appreciate the significant resources that the West campaign has already invested toward securing our party’s ballot lines in several states. Continue reading

Green Party Says Huge Numbers at NYC Climate March Highlights the Need for Faster and Stronger Action, Including an Ecosocialist Green New Deal

The Green Party, which first began calling in 2010, is heartened to see such widespread support for a Green New Deal (GND) among the estimated 75,000 people who marched on Sunday to demand faster climate action from President Biden.  For  Greens the most important response to global warming  would be the rapid and full halt to fossil fuel emissions and welcomed the call by more than  600 groups to demand much swifter action against the use of fossil fuels from The Biden administration. Continue reading

Green Party Endorses Sept. 17 March at UN to End Fossil Fuels

Call on Biden Administration to Halt New Fossil Fuels, Enact an Ecosocialist Green New Deal The Green Party of the United States has endorsed the Sept. 17th March in NYC to End Fossil Fuels. More than 500 groups are sponsoring the climate protest which is expected to be the largest in the U.S. since COVID. Green Party members from throughout the east coast will march together at the event. Continue reading

Connecting the Dots: Maui's Fires, Climate Change and Public Policy

The Green Party of the US is deeply saddened by the devastating wildfires that have ravaged Maui. We extend our condolences to our friends and the families of those who have lost loved ones, and we offer our support to those who have been displaced from their homes. Continue reading

Green Party Statement on Fukushima

Oppose Fukushima Water Release into the Pacific Ocean! WASHINGTON, DC — The Green Party of the United States and the Green Party of Hawai’i stand in solidarity with our fellow Greens in Japan and South Korea when calling for the end of the near-shore release of 1.33 million tons of contaminated water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean. The Green Party of the United States and the Green Party of Hawai’i urges the Government of Japan to respect existing international treaties that ban the releasing of nuclear waste into the oceans. We also join the Green Party Korea and the Greens Japan in calling for the cancellation of ocean releasing plans. For this, we call for a public review of methods of on-land storage such as 'large tank storage' and 'mortar solidification treatment'. Continue reading

Green Party Annual National Meeting schedule of press events

The 2023 Annual National Meeting of the Green Party of the United States will take place via Zoom, and will feature a series of events, workshops, entertainment, and strategy sessions. Continue reading