Transcript: • The Green’s made parties to celebrate important days. In these celebrations pread typical foods and sell crafts The favorite foods of this civilization are: Lettuce salads, chicken with vegetables, cucumbers and broccoli stuffed and cauliflower pie. Every Sunday the inhabitants perform cleanups in parks, street and other places EDUCATION • The Green’s women weave with thread and cotton items like bags, hats, scarves, blouses and belts before being placed on the market • In this civilization the teaching methods are development of reading skills and math The greens have a lifestyle eco environmentalist, they use energy sources that do not pollute the environment and they practice the 3R rule, reduce, recycle and reuse design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi • The Green’s women can express their ideas and opinions to society FOOD TRANSPORTATION • The Green’s are a civilization that has places of learning like schools and institutions The greens are a friendly with the environment, they prefer healthy food, the like to eat organic food and they have organic farms, where they grow most of the food they consume. BY: They practice pantheism, a belief or worldview and philosophical doctrine that the universe, nature, and God are equivalent. For their beliefs, they are against deforestation, pesticides, pollution, global warming and overpopulation. • The education is free because the learning is the more important specially in the children’s • For the Green’s there are hybrid vehicles that reduce emissions of air pollutants like carbon dioxide The political division is organized into CLANS and distribution of its government is composed of a supreme leader and a committee of representatives from each clan. Manuela Cote Natalia Monrroy POLITICS / GOVERNMENT • In the houses the families have bins where plastic waste thrown away • For the Green’s the means of transportation of people are bicycles because the Green’s recycle and care for the environment. RELIGION COSTUMES ECONOMY • The civilization has tourist sites like museums where original hand crafted items are displayed. The inhabitants produce clay pieces, sculptures and paintings. • The main source of income of families in the civilization and agricultural activities are growing fruit and vegetables LIFESTYLE - PEOPLE The greens are a civilization that believes in DEMOCRACY and they elect their leaders. ¡THE GREENS! The greens are basically a scientific civilization. That´s why they do not believe in a supreme God and don't have a defined religion. • It bridges, roads and optimal features anchors for parking bicycles.
Transcript: Housing affordability By: Melissa, Nargis and Juliana :) * We will understand society's needs and provide employment opportunities. * Young families and job seekers are suffering. * We need a prospering future!! * The greens have strategies for transport, employment, healthcare, agriculture, tourism and manufacturing. * Investing $6 million on airport security equipment. * Keep Medicare * Care support always available for seniors and the disabled. * Guaranteeing health service funding and international insurance to public hospitals. * Increase services for the youth. * Increase training for graduates. * $10 million will be distributed towards doctors and health facilities. *Unsolved cures/illnesses will also be funded. THE GREENS Environment HEALTH Economy * Corruption of the natural environment, unstable ecosystems, loss of biodiversity, resource depletion, pollution and climate change. * Building a sustainable environment! * Animals should be free! * Prevent the risk of nuclear technologies. *$30.3 billion will be invested amongst the ecological issues. * Remember to vote for The Greens! * The future of Australia should be in safe care! *Build a country based on justice, law and order and consideration for all! * Involves democracy, peace, non-violence and respect for our Earth. * Equality is applied to all. We will try to harmonise everyone. * Seniors will receive care! * 105,000 Australian's are homeless. * Millions of dollars have been cut by the Abbott-Turnbull government! * Double federal funding for homelessness services. * Promise to tighten security and long term leases. * Green rental standard. THE GREENS THE GREENS Law & Order ABOUT US! CONCLUSION * We are an eco friendly group! *Aim to sustain the environment, keep social justice and peace! *Greens plan to spend $1 billion on current issues. *PLACE YOUR FUTURE FIRST!!! add logo here
Transcript: The Greens party use a variety of ways to get their messages across. They use things like social media platforms. They're on platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. They use said platforms to express their beliefs and policies. They also use it to advertise and provide information about the people who are in the party. I believe this is a fairly good method of expressing your party and their beliefs because it can extend to places that aren't local, like the other side of the country. It can also be used to gain attention in a very short time span, depending on the following the party has. If the party has a fair amount of followers, people can share the news faster and therefore send the news out to their friends and followers where the party then can gain more followers and voters. There are a couple of downsides to this method though. If they were to use Twitter, for example, they would only have a limited character count. This means that they can't express their core beliefs and policies in detail, and to initiate conversation with thousands of people who comment on these posts would be a challenge. If they were to go door knocking, they can converse with the people in a full discussion. There are certain similarities and differences between parties policies. I've chosen to compare the Liberal and the Greens party's policies on Environment. Some similarities are: They both want to protect the Great Barrier Reef, meaning that they both believe that we are doing something wrong and they both want it to stop. They both equally want to stop fish and other living things from harming the reef, as well as stopping coal mines and investing in green energy. They both believe in protecting endangering species too. They're both putting money into projects to help. Basic Beliefs The Greens Policy The Greens Policy on Ecological Sustainability: "The Australian Greens seek to cultivate a global, ecological consciousness based on a long-term perspective in order to safeguard the interests of both existing and future generations and species. Human society depends on, and our economy is constrained by, ecological resources and we must avoid actions which risk long-term or irreversible damage to the environment. Fundamental to ecological sustainability is the maintenance of biodiversity – the natural complexity which provides balance in the interplay of all living things. The Australian Greens recognise the interdependence between humanity and the rest of nature as we seek to move to an ecologically sustainable path." They want us to help the human race by helping the environment. We need these resources given to us by Earth, and we need to cut down on non-renewable resources and turn to reusble resources, which are ecologically sustainable. Methods used https://greens.org.au/change-the-date https://greens.org.au/our-story https://twitter.com/Greens?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor https://greens.org.au/ https://www.liberal.org.au/ https://www.liberal.org.au/our-beliefs https://animoto.com/play/SPGFhcmxzfbTh0iP81CK1Q There are certain differences between the two parties. Firstly, the Liberal Party doesn't have anything on waste, whereas the Greens do. They have a whole topic under the policy 'environmental sustainability'. They feel that waste is a big problem that needs to be stopped and that it really damages the environment a lot. Another thing the Greens have but the Liberal doesn't is a point on disabilities. Although the Liberal party has points on mental health and hospital billings, they don't have a whole section dedicated to disability like the Greens do. The Greens believe that people with disabilities and their carers should be able to participate in activities and policies like everyone else. The basic beliefs of the Greens Party are: Ecological sustainability Grassroots Participatory Democracy Social Justice Peace and non-violence I think that the Greens developed this policy because they're based off making Australia the best environment it can be. These could've also have formed if something bad in crime happened, or something violent. I think that they made these basic beliefs because they see what's happening to the environment right now like coal mining, waste, climate change, animals, etc. I also think that the Greens saw something in social justice and thought that they wanted make a change to that, and make Australia a better place. The Greens formed in 1992 to I believe that this comic is not in favor of the Greens. It has a couple of people, obviously from the Greens, asking whether this man would like it if ugly, mean, unintelligent people were on his land without his permission. Of course, the irony is, that these to Greens supporters are on the guy's lawn without his permission, so he is telling them to go away. The caption for this topic was that if Richard De Natale were to be elected, he would try and change the date of Australia Day. This topic is rather
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Transcript: they have four major principles: - ecological sustainability - social and economic justice - peace and non-violence - Grassroot Democracy: people or society at a local level rather than a major political level. their aims are to: - protect the environment - preserve agriculture - distribute power and wealth fairly - promote cultural and religious differences. Thank you :) - State level: 23 members - Local level: 80 members - Bob Brown: Former Leader, formed the greens, elected by the senate - Christine Millne: Current Leader, Senator of TAS, currently overseeing the development of a major local and global food security and sovereignty campaign. - eight state and territory parties - began to form in the 1970s and 1980s - United Tasmanian group (1972, campaign to save Lake Pedder) Dates Dates What do they do By: Yvonne, Lesley, Rosa, Sindhu & Queenie They are an Australian green political party. Founded in 1992.- The Greens: eight state and territory parties - What do they do? 1980s: First members 1984: Greens formed in QLD & NSW. Jo Vallentine elected 1986: Bob Brown & Gerry Bates elected, formed the Greens Independents. 2004: Christine Millne & Rachael Joing. History 1980: Australia's first Greens member 1984: Greens parties formed in OLD was NSW. Jo Vallentine was elected 1990: Formation of WA Greens 1986: Bob Brown and Gerry Bates elected and formed alliance called Greens Independents 2004: Christine Millne and Rachael Siewert joins party. The Greens Members
Transcript: The Greens Logo If you want to keep the environment safe, go green its the only way saving our future and environment Our future depends on the choices we make today, if you vote for the Greens your future will be secure and safe we can stop pollution, stop oil spills in the ocean and we can save our state from climate change Values Values Environmental values The greens party hold different values. Social justice values Social justice by respecting the ecological and economic changes. Sustainability values sustainability maintaining clear water, clean air and ecology our values are put in placed to make sure everyone has benefited from our choices Animal testing act Experimental test on animals should be banned They shouldn't be forced or restrained to perform for crowds statistics Dr Hadwen says that their are possibly 115 million animals being used for experiments worldwide Policies Policies Pollution act Stop the use of plastic bags reduce the amount of plastic we use etc. plastic bottles, plastic straws and coffee cups. Economic and ecology policy Preservation and fair use of our water ways don't dispose oils or chemicals into the environment What we stand for What we stand for Peace ( non violence) Ecology ( allow the natural organisms to grow) Social justice ( everyone has a say in what we do for the environment and future) Democracy ( a system/ Government ran by the whole population) References Reference About the australian greens 2019, The australian greens, accessed 2 May 2019, <https://greens.org.au/about>. Australian greens party policies 2019, CA ANZ, accessed 2 May 2019, <https://www.charteredaccountantsanz.com/member-services/technical/tax/tax-in-focus/australian-greens-party-policies-for-2019-federal-election>. When are green parties successful 2019, Democratic audit, accessed 2 May 2019, <http://www.democraticaudit.com/2018/11/30/when-are-green-parties-successful/>. Political australia 2019, Compare labour, liberal and greens, accessed 2 May 2019, <http://politicalaustralia.com.au>.
Transcript: IDEOLOGY : ALDE Party is the party for liberal democrat values in Europe. consists of about 60 member parties many individual members from 37 countries across Europe in 1993 was established as a true transnational political party in 1976 (first European elections) Liberal Democrats created their European political family Green Politics Regionalism Minority Politics Sir Graham Watson THE GREENS/EUROPEAN FREE ALLIANCE 50/751 Democracy, the rule of law, human rights, tolerance and solidarity. A fair, free and open society A prosperous Europe Sustainable development and peace in the world EU enlargement A transparent, democratic and accountable Europe A European Constitution A LOVE STORY BETWEEN REGIONALISTS AND GREENS The member parties were: United Left of Spain; the Communist Party of France; Communist Refoundation of Italy; the Communist Party of Portugal; the Communist Party of Greece; and Synaspismos of Greece. Following enlargement of the EU to the Nordic countries and Austria in January 1995, the Group expanded to include: the Left Party (VP) of Sweden and the Left Alliance (Vas) of Finland. Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party (ALDE) Values & Messages 1999 Gabi Zimmer was elected president of the GUE/NGL group in March 2012 and reelected following the 2014 elections. She has been a Member of the European Parliament since 2004. EUROPE OF FREEDOM AND DIRECT DEMOCRACY 4 PILLARS OF GREEN POLITICS In 1976, in view of the first European elections, fourteen parties from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom gathered for the constituent congress in Stuttgart, Germany. European United Left–Nordic Green Left (GUE/NGL) Anti-Fascism and anti-racism are a strong part of the tradition of left movements in Europe. They have three aims for the construction of another European Union; - the total change of institutions to make them "fully democratic" - breaking with "neo-liberal monetarist policies" and a policy of co-development - equitable cooperation. Gabi Zimmer Values & Messages left-wing political group in the European Parliament. established in 1995. mostly socialist and communist orientation. The Confederal Group of the European United Left/Nordic Green Left is made up of 52 MEPs from 19 different political delegations. They want qual rights for women and men, civil rights and liberties and the enforcement of human rights. Sir Graham Watson was elected President of the European Liberal Democrat Party on a two-year mandate on 25 November 2011 at the Congress in Palermo, Italy. He was re-elected for a second term on 29 November 2013 at the London Congress. FROM:
Transcript: Budget New Budget Health / Life Insurance Joe & Sally Green Tax Liability Joe and Sally Green are married in their early 50's with two children both 14 and 17. Their children plan to attend college and will eventually need vehicles. The Green's do not practice budgeting nor do they have a nest egg to fall back on. Our team implemented a plan to help get this family back on track without going into a financial crisis. The Greens Pay off debt before using anymore credit Pay more than bare minimum Stay consistent with payments with the credit card ( if any problems occur with the credit plan, contact the creditor) Joe and Sally are expected to file together so their standard deduction would be 11,600 and their tax liability is ($23,969). Home Equity Line Up to 75%: $318,750 Qualify for: $28,750 Financial Goals They should get the twenty year life insurance since they're already in their 50's and they have two dependents. Family Health insurance coverage. Building their nest egg ( for emergency funds) Paying off credit card debt IMMEDIATELY Using credit to a bare minimum Paying for child's college education Use surplus wisely, NOT for durable good purchases. Sally should invest in her 401K plan with her company ( put 2-4% of her income since they're matching you per dollar) after her car is paid off and Joe's lease is up on his vehicle. Consider Roth IRA when 59 1/2 They should do estate planning to protect their assets such as their three cars and their house. They should also construct a will to distribute their assets to their two children or other beneficiaries. Retirement Plans Financing Cars & Education Cut spending in certain areas Groceries: from $1,000.00 to $500.00 Entertainment Cost: $700.00 to $200.00 Consider Public School : from $650.00 to $0.00 Total: $1,650.00 in addition to $1,783.00 equaling $3,433.33 in a monthly surplus. Original Price of the Home: $350,000 Balance: $290,000 Market Value: $425,000 Equity: $135,000 Income Statement / Balance Sheet Money Market Accounts Bonds ( 5 year bond and 10 year bonds) Monetary Policy isn't expected to change drastically ( risk factors and expected returns) Investment Vehicles Credit Card Debt Estate Planning/ Will Planning No more leasing cars Buy two used affordable cars after lease is up and Sally's car is paid for ( for father and son) which would give them $750.00. 2003 Ford Explorer XL ( 7,995.00) monthly payment: 183.00 2004 Toyota Camry (8,995.00) monthly payment: 209.00 equaling only $392.00 which leaves them with $358.00 from $750.00 still remaining. ( financing cars for 48 months at a 7.03 % interest rate) Apply for scholarships- student loans ( Stafford or Perkins - subsidized loan) Advise son to find small part time job on campus to support his financial needs.
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