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Green Party

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a political party whose policies are based on concern for the environment
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Noun1.Green Party - an environmentalist political party
party, political party - an organization to gain political power; "in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
Green - an environmentalist who belongs to the Green Party
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Both European and North American Green Parties evolved from activist movements in the 1960s that focused on causes including environmentalism, disarmament, nuclear power, non-violence, reproductive rights and gender equality.
Green parties face a number of challenges to achieving parliamentary success.
But these provisions also allowed for growth in the number of registered Green parties at a time when a national organisation was non existent.
The first annual contest to establish which indeed is the most idiotic of the world's Green Parties is upon us.
Dick Richardson, who was a senior lecturer in green politics at the UK's University of Teesside, noted in his book The Green Challenge: The Development of Green Parties in Europe that green parties are coalitions of environmentalists and ecologists.
and sustainable development, local Green parties across the UK provide a real alternative to the big-business friendly uniformity of the traditional parties.
Many Canadians assume that the Green Party of Canada is like the Green parties of Europe and the U.
In the past, Nader has run under the umbrella of the far-left Green Party, a socialist party modeled on European Green Parties.
An election on Sunday (15 September) left the ruling Social Democrats needing the support of the Left and Green parties in order to form a majority in the new parliament.
This press release/statement, issued April 10, 2002, and circulated worldwide, was endorsed by the Global Green Coordination, consisting of three elected delegates from each Green Federation--European Federation of Green Parties, Federation of Green Parties of the Americas, African Federation of Green Parties, Alliance Asia/Pacific Greens.
Annie Goeke, co-chair of the Association of State Green Parties and a 2000 candidate for auditor-general of Pennsylvania, agrees.
From humble beginnings in New Zealand, England and West Germany 15 years ago, the movement has grown to more than 150 Green Parties worldwide -- with recent additions in Taiwan and Russia.