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Outgoing Green Party co-leader proud of the past eight years

James Shaw has resigned. He is gratified the Zero Carbon Act survived the change of government.

James Shaw has resigned as Green Party co-leader.

Brent Edwards Tue, 30 Jan 2024

James Shaw is stepping down as co-leader of the Green Party but intends staying on in Parliament for the time being.

Shaw wants to shepherd his member’s bill – the Bill of Rights (Right to Sustainable Environment) – through Parliament and then he will resign as an MP. There is no guarantee the

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