The term green left is used primarily to refer to a combination of environmentalism, feminism, socialism and pacifism in countries where the term is used. It is primarily a social justice and human rights oriented ideology, with an expansion in focus to the rights of other species. The name "Green Left" is also used by a variety of organisations which espouse socialist or Marxist principles, but with a greater emphasis on environmental preservation than previous iterations of socialism and communism.
1.1 Europe 1.2 Elsewhere
2 See also
In Europe, the green left arose partly out of the declining
Eurocommunist tendency that has been mostly associated with various
communist parties in the continent. As a result, many former communist
parties and remnants of communist parties were either reestablished or
fused into existing green parties.
Far-left political parties or joint electoral lists have been formed
over the years, most often between Marxist and radical greens. In the
Eco-socialism Green Left (other)
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