Green Liberalism is an environmentalist ideology advocate for tight regulations on matters that impact the environment while remaining liberal on other social issues and economic issues.
The term "green liberalism" was coined by political philosopher Marcel Wissenburg. In his 1998 book Green Liberalism: The Free and The Green Society. He argues that liberalism must reject the idea of absolute property rights and accept restraints that limit the freedom to abuse nature and natural resources. However, he rejects the control of population growth and any control over the distribution of resources as incompatible with individual liberty, instead favoring supply-side control: more efficient production and curbs on overproduction and overexploitation. This view tends to dominate the movement, although critics say it puts individual liberties above sustainability.
On economic issues, green liberals take a position somewhere between classical liberalism (on the center/center-right) and social liberalism (on the center/center-left): green liberals may favor slightly less government involvement than social liberals, but far more than classical liberals. Some green liberals practice free-market environmentalism and thus share some values with rightist classical liberalism or libertarianism. This is one of a few reasons why a blue-green alliance is possible in politics.
The historian Conrad Russell, a British Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords, dedicated a chapter of his book The Intelligent Person's Guide to Liberalism to the subject of green liberalism. In a literary sense, the term "Green Liberalism" was coined, however, by political philosopher Marcel Wissenburg in his 1998 book Green Liberalism: The Free and The Green Society, among others.
Lööfism is based on the policies of Swedish MP Annie Lööf and the Center Party, in which she was a leader. The ideas are based on economic and Social Liberalism, along with the free competition of small farmers and entrepreneurs with the defense of Neoliberalism. One of the main focuses would be environmental protection and the promotion of biodiversity through cooperation with foresters and private landowners. Other focuses would also be governmental decentralization, Liberal Feminism, the promotion of individual freedoms with the equality of the sexes, immersion in international peace, promotion of the European Union, investment in infrastructure, defense of Right-Libertarianism, rigorous actions against climate change and organized crime, green industries, free trade between European countries, anti-populist blockade, national economy, generous immigration policy with contributions to refugees and opposition to Social Democracy.
How to Draw
- Draw a ball
- Fill the ball with green
- Add the symbol of Liberalism:
- Draw a white circle in the middle
- Draw 4 green diagonal lines into the bottom left of the circle
- Add the eyes and you're done
|Pantone Green||#22b14c||34, 177, 76|
|White||#FFFFFF||255, 255, 255|
- Liberalism - Best system.
- Environmentalism - Most important issue.
- Eco-Capitalism - Best bro.
- Green Libertarianism - Way too hands-off, but he's still good.
- Social Liberalism - O, I love how this works; this is what influenced me! Please focus on more environmental care, too.
- Technogaianism - Sounds nice!
- Social Democracy - He wants to save the environment with regulations.
- Eco-Conservatism - Conservative, but at least he cares about the environment.
- Vaclav Havel Thought - Same as above but neocon.
- Eco-Fascism - You're the best of the fascists, although that's not saying much. Seriously, eugenics bad.
- Eco-Socialism - Not sure about Socialism but he's mostly good.
- Eco-Anarchism - Too far.
- Neoconservatism - I'll never forgive you for stealing the election from me back in 2000 (at least you defeated that polluting Saddam)! The Greens in Germany flirt with you a lot tho and DPP works with you to prevent conquest by that polluter.
- Neoliberalism - He sometimes goes against green laws due to "muh economy", but he likes outsourcing. Bloomberg and Macron are based.
- Anarcho-Capitalism - Can't save the environment without regulations!
- Industrialism - Stop the factories!
- Revisionary Tridemism - Haha, 2021 Referendum kicked ya bum! 四個不同意，台灣更有力！(All four rejected, Taiwan stays strong!)
Pls ignore I dumped Algae Rights.
- Sweden Democrats & Left Party - We can't let these radical populists control our government! Racists and commies have no place here.
- Dengism - Polluting commies want to invade Taiwan and remove DPP's green laws.
- Alliance 90/The Greens
- Green Party of Canada
- Green Liberal Party of Switzerland
- Liberal Party
- Dialogue for Hungary
- ↑ https://web.archive.org/web/20160208210706/https://www.gruene.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Dokumente/Grundsatzprogramm/2002_-_Grundsatzprogramm.pdf#page=15
- ↑ She opposes anyone who she considers to be "radical" i.e. anyone who doesn't fit into her definition of "the centre".
- ↑ 2021 Taiwanese Referendum#Results, Wikipedia