Green Party

Charlene Spretnak

How the WORLD Works

by Charlene Spretnak Green Horizon Magazine Spring/Summer 2011 A WELL-EARNED “WE TOLD YOU SO!” is not what comes to mind whenever Greens are proven right about numerous ecological, economic, and ecosocial issues because it means that problems the Greens identified long ago have now grown into crises causing untold suffering. Fromthe early 1980s, for instance, Greens insisted that the only way to shed our dependence on foreign oil – by which we would increase our national security and avoid the horrendous casualties and maiming resulting from oil wars – would be to seriously focus on converting our economy to energy…


The Global Green Imperative

Book review: ‘The No-Nonsense Guide to Green Politics‘ by Derek Wall (New Internationalist, August 2010, 144 pages) by Scott McLarty Although the party has been in existence for three decades, any book that comes out now about the Greens, at least in the US, is still going to be an introduction, and ‘The No-Nonsense Guide to Green Politics’ by Derek Wall is no exception. In this year of protests against the union-busting agenda of several governors — Democrats like Andrew Cuomo in New York as well as Republicans like Wisconsin’s Scott Walker — and a nuclear catastrophe unfolding in Japan…


Women & the Green Party

Speech delivered by Ann Link on March 27, 2011 Greetings to all of you attending the Green Party of New Jersey’s 15th Annual Convention. My name is Ann Link and I’m a member of the Green Party of New York State. This is my 16th year with the Green Party. I’d like to thank to Gail Dixon for organizing this panel focusing on women in the Green Party in honor of National Women’s History Month. I founded the Green Party Speakers Bureau in 2007 so that Green Party candidates could continue to promote the Green Party and its values after…