Before approaching the ideas of green on a political debate level, we need to take an approach on the ‘green political thought.’ The green party argues that the states limits the role of market, and seek for a radical social change because they believe that the problem is caused from the grassroots. Also they focus on the importance on public participation and democracy. This is very important because the public support and understanding the environmental issues will help to improve the green movement. The limits to markets and the role of the state, is what greens focus more on. As they argue that the state needs to ensure that economic activity does not extend beyond the ecosystem limits, and of course the ecosystem itself has problems, because this is the ti...
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...ne all the progress in a capitalistic agriculture is not only robbing the labourer, but also robbing the soil. The increase in the fertility for soil in a given time, is another progress towards destroying the lasting sources of their fertility. Furthermore, eco-socialism is another reading of Marx and nature. It emphasis on the deep scale of ecological degradation produced by capitalism. It also focuses on the relation between class inequality and environmental injustice. He believes that there should be an end to wasteful production, as we still have poverty existing. The end of capitalism, will make states and other institutions focus more on humans and ecological sustainability before any profit. If there is some sort of collective ownership and more democratic control over processes of production, this will have a good impact on the environment and on the state.
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