Thank you to everyone who came out (virtually) in March for the first Maritime Green Summit. Below you can find the video replays (English) and French audio-only files. You can also click on the link to read the full transcript, including the break-out room reports: Maritime Green Summit TRANSCRIPT
We are excited to invite you to join the very first Maritime Green Summit on Saturday, March 6th! This summit will bring together Green Party leaders from the three Maritime provinces (Peter Bevan-Baker, David Coon and Thomas Trappenberg) to discuss the provincial and federal issues most important to people in the Maritimes, moderated by former GPC interim leader Jo-Ann Roberts.
This conversation will be followed by break-out discussions on specific areas of interest. Finally, Green Party of Canada leader Annamie Paul and Fredericton MP Jenica Atwin will join the conversation to discuss how regional issues of importance in the Maritimes can be reflected in the National party platform.
This event is initiated and hosted by the Green Party of Nova Scotia in collaboration with the Green parties of New Brunswick, PEI and Canada. It is inspired by the recognition that the Maritime provinces share many common issues and priorities that require a collaborative approach and interprovincial dialogue – something that Greens can help to foster!
A Green Future – Working together with the Liberal Party
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sunday, February 7, 2021
We congratulate Iain Rankin in his election as leader of the Liberal Party of Nova Scotia.
In his first remarks as leader, the premier-designate made several bold statements about his vision for a green future, such as eliminating coal-powered electricity, and pledging to make Nova Scotia the first carbon neutral province in the country.
The Green Party of Nova Scotia and it’s leader Thomas Trappenberg welcome these initiatives, and invite Mr. Rankin to work with us to advance ecologically sustainable practices. We expect that the new premiere will respect all Nova Scotia voices, not just those who supported him, and that he will holds fast to his bold statements, even when the going gets tough.
“I would like to personally invite Iain to work with me on mapping out the most ambitious green energy strategy in the country.” says Thomas Trappenberg, leader of the Green Party of Nova Scotia. “We have always believed that our province can be a leader in the clean energy development, and I am willing to work with anyone who shares that ambition.”
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