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Title: European federation of green parties
Other Titles: The global greens
Authors: Cassola, Arnold
Keywords: Green movement -- Europe
European Federation
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: The Australian Greens and The Green Institute
Citation: Cassola, A. (2001). European federation of green parties. In M. Blakers (Eds.), The global greens (pp. 14-16). Canberra City: The Australian Greens and The Green Institute
Abstract: As Greens we have come quite a long way in our relatively short but eventful political history. Thirty years ago or so, when the first Greens started harping on the neglect of the environment and on the need to redress the balance of nature, the long-standing establishment looked down upon us and even snubbed us.When we Greens started highlighting energy issues and the problems of climate change, some established traditional politicians tried to belittle us. When we Greens insisted on improving the quality of life of all beings on Earth and stressed the necessity of Ieading a healthy lifestyle based on the consumption of safe and natural food products, we encountered resistance from a number of multinational companies and politicians.
ISBN: 0-9580066-0-1
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