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Ten Habits of Well Beings

(one of several interpretations of Green political theory? or applications of green politics listed for reference at Green Politics - this is a refer link )

Ten Habits of Well Beings by Craig Hubley is an essay on the relationship between the Ten Key Values of green politics in North America, and the habits required of political campaigners before, during, and after an election. It argues that the Four Pillars of the Green Party remain unchanged in these situations and are thus the most stable statement of what green politics actually "is". The Global Greens Charter? - which adds sustainability and respect for diversity? to the Four - extends the Pillars with green economics and consensus decision making principles to form Six Floor Values?: all of which are required to mediate Green political communications. The "other four" are seen as "nice to have" values which change meaning rather drastically in different phases of the election cycle? and which assume that there is a certain direction in which society has gone too far, e.g. to have decentralization as a key value is to assume and imply that things are necessary too centralized.

Ten Habits of Well Beings





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