The Asia-Pacific Greens Federation (APGF) is a federation of national Green parties, social and environmental organisations from countries across Asia and Oceania for realising the Global Greens Charter.
We acknowledge that human beings are part of the natural world and we respect the specific values of all forms of life, including non-human species.
We acknowledge the wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the world, as custodians of the land and its resources.
We acknowledge that human society depends on the ecological resources of the planet, and must ensure the integrity of ecosystems and preserve biodiversity and the resilience of life supporting systems.
- That we learn to live within the ecological and resource limits of the planet.
- That we protect animal and plant life, and life itself that is sustained by the natural elements: earth, water, air and sun.
- Where knowledge is limited, that we take the path of caution, in order to secure the continued abundance of the resources of the planet for present and future generations.
ASIA PACIFIC GREENS FEDERATION STRUCTURE
The partnership of the world’s Green parties and political movements working cooperatively to implement the Global Greens Charter. The Global Greens are organised into four federations, in the Americas, Africa, Europe and Asia-Pacific, who work together to manage the Global Greens’ development and each have three full and three alternate representatives serving in the Global Greens Coordination. The current APGF Full-representatives to the Global Greens are Keli Yen (Taiwan Green Party), Liaquat Ali Shaikh (Pakistan Green Party) and Suresh Nautiyal (Uttarakhand Parivartan Party, India). The alternates are Ballav Timalsina (Nepali Greens) and Masaya Koriyama (Greens Japan).