This message of commitment was delivered today in Auckland by Co-leader James Shaw in his "Turning the Tide" speech at a relaunch of the next phase of the Green Party's 2017 election campaign which included a preview and release of the Party's opening TV commercial.
Sunday's launch was Mr Shaw's first major party appearance since becoming the sole leader.
"I didn't come to Parliament to act like other political parties, but over the past week that's where we've ended up", he said.
The party has been figuring out a way to steady the ship since co-leader Metiria Turei resigned on Wednesday.
The Greens had plummeted in a poll due to be unveiled that night, but she denied that was a reason in her resignation.
"We started out talking about the problem of poverty in New Zealand".
Keita attacca la Lazio, escluso per decisione società
E invece si è trasformato in un 'alleato', un giocatore che non sfida in campo ciò che potrebbe essere il suo futuro nel mercato. A partire da Keita e Felipe Anderson , fino ad arrivare a Basta e Marusic .
"I want to apologise for that".
Love New Zealand, he said, goes to the heart of what the Greens stand for. "The Green Party is determined to represent all New Zealanders and we have the talent and experience on our team to do that". They will now be fronted by Shaw and the slogan, which he admitted harked back to the one they used for the 2014 campaign.
Leader James Shaw said poverty would continue to be a focus for the party and Marama Davidson, who is second on the list, will take charge of the policy.
Julie Anne Genter has responsibility for the issue of climate change and Eugenie Sage has clean rivers.
New candidates Chloe Swarbrick and Golriz Ghahraman have moved up into seventh and eighth on the list, nearly guaranteeing them a seat in Parliament post-September.