Believed to be the first ecology based party election manifesto in the world. 1972.
PEOPLE first manifesto adopted at Conference June 1974.
"A Manifesto for Survival"
First edition of MfSS adopted by "the second annual conference held in Coventry on 28th-29th June 1975"
French Ecologie movement 1977 manifesto for Paris city elections.
"ECOPOLIS: the new city of light" by Les Amis de Terre for Pais Ecologie.
The second full edition of the "Manifesto for a Sustainable Society" adopted by the Ecology Party 1978
OEM Manifesto 2nd Draft published October 1978. See also the article on PERG & OEM. It starts with a definition of Ecology, then some basic principles from which are derived a wide range of policies.
The first official Ecology Party General Election Manifesto. "The Real Alternative"
OCR scan but text recognition not corrected. Copy/paste with care!
Its Your Europe - Your Future manifesto
Summary of EP policies published as a general manifesto.
Ecology Party Manifesto for the 1983 General Election. "Politics for Life" from "the Ecology Party - Britain's Green Party". Inside front cover title "A Manifesto for Peace, Liberation & Survival" together with a quote from EF Schumacher. 35 pages divided into two parts. Pages 2-24 being a general discussion/introduction to green politics and principles and pages 26-34 being detailed policies. A 1 point action plan for life on earth now appears on p26 - many of the points having subsequently been implemented.
Illustrated throughout by cartoons by David Haldane, the concluding one showing a green shoot growing from the cracks between arid areas labelled "Labour, Tory, Aliance" with the caption "Where the Wasteland Ends" - possibly an allusion to Theodore Rozak's book published in 1972.
Front side graphic of tree of ideas underpinning the Green Collective. Rear side a personal manifesto proposed by David Ratovitsky for the Green Collective movement.
"Towards a Green Europe" including common programme of action for European Green parties
"Green Politics provides each of us with the challenge to reject the path: ' of false technology and to recapture not some 'romantic golden age' but a truly satisfying and sustainable future for both ourselves and our earth. It is a greenprint for an age of understanding."
Produced by Liverpool Green Party as an introduction and summary to Green policies
New Directions: The Path to a Green Britain Now