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Eco-systems die while Government FiddlesTags: east asia, new zealand, certification, human rights, procurement, politicians, government

02/09/2007

(Green Party Press Release) New Zealand - New government rules aimed at helping to slow widespread devastation of ancient "paradise forests" in South East Asia and the Pacific only go part way, says Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman.

He says the Green Party welcomes the Government's new "sustainable procurement guidelines" just released but is disappointed they will still allow government departments to purchase tropical timber products from a source that the procurement policy itself defines as unsustainable... [Continue]

Eco-systems die while Government FiddlesTags: east asia, new zealand, certification, human rights, procurement, politicians, government

02/09/2007

(Green Party Press Release) New Zealand - New government rules aimed at helping to slow widespread devastation of ancient "paradise forests" in South East Asia and the Pacific only go part way, says Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman.

He says the Green Party welcomes the Government's new "sustainable procurement guidelines" just released but is disappointed they will still allow government departments to purchase tropical timber products from a source that the procurement policy itself defines as unsustainable..... [Continue]

Eco-systems die while Government FiddlesTags: east asia, new zealand, certification, human rights, procurement, politicians, government

02/09/2007

(Green Party Press Release) New Zealand - New government rules aimed at helping to slow widespread devastation of ancient "paradise forests" in South East Asia and the Pacific only go part way, says Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman.

He says the Green Party welcomes the Government's new "sustainable procurement guidelines" just released but is disappointed they will still allow government departments to purchase tropical timber products from a source that the procurement policy itself defines as unsustainable....... [Continue]

Eco-systems die while Government FiddlesTags: east asia, new zealand, certification, human rights, procurement, politicians, government

02/09/2007

(Green Party Press Release) New Zealand - New government rules aimed at helping to slow widespread devastation of ancient "paradise forests" in South East Asia and the Pacific only go part way, says Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman.

He says the Green Party welcomes the Government's new "sustainable procurement guidelines" just released but is disappointed they will still allow government departments to purchase tropical timber products from a source that the procurement policy itself defines as unsustainable......... [Continue]

Eco-systems die while Government FiddlesTags: east asia, new zealand, certification, human rights, procurement, politicians, government

02/09/2007

(Green Party Press Release) New Zealand - New government rules aimed at helping to slow widespread devastation of ancient "paradise forests" in South East Asia and the Pacific only go part way, says Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman.

He says the Green Party welcomes the Government's new "sustainable procurement guidelines" just released but is disappointed they will still allow government departments to purchase tropical timber products from a source that the procurement policy itself defines as unsustainable........... [Continue]

Eco-systems die while Government FiddlesTags: east asia, new zealand, certification, human rights, procurement, politicians, government

02/09/2007

(Green Party Press Release) New Zealand - New government rules aimed at helping to slow widespread devastation of ancient "paradise forests" in South East Asia and the Pacific only go part way, says Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman.

He says the Green Party welcomes the Government's new "sustainable procurement guidelines" just released but is disappointed they will still allow government departments to purchase tropical timber products from a source that the procurement policy itself defines as unsustainable............. [Continue]

Eco-systems die while Government FiddlesTags: east asia, new zealand, certification, human rights, procurement, politicians, government

02/09/2007

(Green Party Press Release) New Zealand - New government rules aimed at helping to slow widespread devastation of ancient "paradise forests" in South East Asia and the Pacific only go part way, says Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman.

He says the Green Party welcomes the Government's new "sustainable procurement guidelines" just released but is disappointed they will still allow government departments to purchase tropical timber products from a source that the procurement policy itself defines as unsustainable............... [Continue]