Election 2023: Green Party launches manifesto
James Shaw, Marama Davidson were reelected at the Greens' AGM in Auckland on Saturday where the party made a rare pitch to farmers. Credits: Image - Getty Images; Video - Newshub The Green Party has launched its manifesto ahead of the election later this year. The launch was done at the party's 2023 AGM in Auckland and lays out its key policies if it gets into Government. "Today we are setting out a bold and achievable plan to build an Aotearoa where everyone has what they need to provide for their family and live good lives, where our precious wild spaces thrive, and our climate is stable and safe," Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson said. "The Green Party has already made clear with our Income Guarantee and Pledge to Renters that we are the only party serious about making sure everyone has what they need to live a good life. "Over the next three months we will continue to set out our plan to build a climate-friendly Aotearoa that honours Te Tiriti and meets the needs of everyone within the boundaries of the planet, so that we and the rest of nature can thrive." Co-leader James Shaw said he was proud of what the Green Party had delivered over the past six years. "On every page of our manifesto, people will see a Green Party more committed than ever to lifting every single family out of poverty; that will place nature at the heart of everything we do; and that will confront climate change with the urgency and the scale that it demands."