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  The Greens/Green Party USA
First organized as the Green Committees of Correspondence, The Greens/ Green Party USA is the oldest, continuously active Green organization in America.
The Greens/Green Party USA urges the public, voters, candidates and elected officials to become familiar with these values and be guided by them in their personal life and in public actions and decisions.
The Greens/Green Party USA is a national non-profit membership organization dedicated to advancing the Green Ten Key Values as a guiding force in American society and politics.
www.greenparty.org   (1012 words)

  Worldwide green parties - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Green Parties are part of, but do not exclusively represent, a larger political movement to reform human governance to better fit the constraints of the biosphere — usually called the Green movement to contrast it from the electoral participation of the legally-registered Parties.
Green Parties are often formed in a given jurisdiction by a coalition of scientific ecologists, community environmentalists, and local (or national) leftist groups or groups concerned with peace or citizens rights.
Green Parties in Italy and France are part of the political pendulum and return to government with the success of the main parties of the left.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Green_party   (3554 words)

 San Diego Green Party: About the Greens
The Green Party of California was formed in 1990-91 when more than 103,000 pragmatic visionaries changed their voter registration to "Green" and thereby qualified the new party for the state-level ballot in California.
The Green Party of California stands on two legs: one in electoral work (initiatives, referenda and candidates), and one in community projects and grassroots social-change movements that are compatible with the Green vision.
The Green Party of the United States (GPUS) is recognized by the FEC as the National Committee of the Green Party.
sdgreens.org /about   (586 words)

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