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Fundis is short for fundamentalists. Politics Politics is the process by which groups of people make decisions Green politics is a Political ideology which places a high importance on ecological and environmental goals and on achieving these goals through broad-based Green politics is a Political ideology which places a high importance on ecological and environmental goals and on achieving these goals through broad-based A Green party' or ecologist party is a formally organized Political party based on the principles of Green politics. This list of Green topics includes people parties organizations and ideas associated with Green politics. Bright green environmentalism is an ideology based on the belief that New technologies and Social innovation provide the most successful path to Sustainable development Deep ecology is a recent branch of ecological Philosophy ( Ecosophy) that considers Humankind an integral part of its environment. Ecofeminism is a social and political movement which attempts to unite Environmentalism and Feminism, with some currents linking Deep ecology and Eco-socialism, Green socialism or Socialist ecology is an Ideology merging aspects of Marxism, Socialism, Green politics Green anarchism is a school of thought within Anarchism which puts an emphasis on Environmental issues. Green conservatism is a term used to refer to conservatives who have incorporated green concerns into their Ideology. Green liberalism is a term used to refer to liberals who have incorporated green concerns into their Ideology. Green libertarianism is a Political philosophy that has developed in the United States. Green syndicalism has been used as a name for the philosophy of the green guild or sustainable trades movement Social Ecology is a philosophy developed by French geographer and anarchist Élisée Reclus and revived by Murray Bookchin in the 1960s The Global Greens is a global network of Green parties and political movements The Global Young Greens (GYG is an emerging global organisation supporting and consolidating the efforts of young people working towards Social justice, Ecological sustainability The Federation of Green Parties of Africa is the organization of Green parties in Africa, similar to other continental Green Party groupings like in the Americas The Federation of the Green Parties of the Americas is the organization of Green parties in North America and South America. The Asia-Pacific Green Network is a federation of national Green parties in countries in the Pacific Ocean and Asia, and is a member of the Global Greens The European Green Party (or European Greens or EGP) is the Green Political party at European level. The Federation of Young European Greens AISBL is a federation of green youth organisations from all over Europe (both EU and non-EU The Four Pillars of the Green Party are a foundational statement of Green politics and form the basis of many Worldwide Green parties. The term ecological Wisdom, or Ecosophy, is a philosophy of ecological harmony or equilibrium Social justice, sometimes called civil justice, refers to the concept of a Society in which Justice is achieved in every aspect of society rather than Grassroots democracy is a tendency towards designing political processes where as much decision-making authority as practical is shifted to the organization's lowest geographic Nonviolence is a philosophy and strategy for social change that rejects the use of physical Violence. Fundamentalism refers to a "deep and totalistic commitment" to a belief in and strict adherence to a set of basic principles (often Religious in nature a reaction The term was used for a faction within the German Green Party. WikipediaManual of Style#National varieties of English.-->A political faction The Alliance '90/The Greens ( Bündnis 90/Die Grünen) the German Green party, is a Political party in Germany whose regional The faction was formed in conflict to the Realo-faction within their party. The term has also been applied to similar conflicts.
The abbreviation fundi is a label applied to members who tend towards a fundamentalist interpretation of its common ideology (e. g. 'green' values), as opposed to the more pragmatic realism of the realo alternative. Realism, also known as political realism, in the context of International relations, encompasses a variety of theories and approaches all of which share a belief Other terms for green fundis are wild greens or deep greens. Wild Greens are a youth movement of the Greens, usually associated with one of the Green Parties. Deep ecology is a recent branch of ecological Philosophy ( Ecosophy) that considers Humankind an integral part of its environment. They tend towards veganism, a strong animal rights approach and an aversion to traditional political methods, preferring to maintain decentralized grassroots organization over a more centralized system of governance. "Animal liberation" redirects here for other uses see Animal liberation (disambiguation. For other meanings see Grass roots (disambiguation. A grassroots movement (often referenced in the context of a Political movement
In the 1980s and 1990s, a conflict between the fundis and the realos with the German Green Party arose. While the realos, the group around Joschka Fischer, were in favour of moderate policies and cabinet cooperation, the fundis opposed cabinet cooperation. Dr hc (Haifa Joseph Martin "Joschka" Fischer Bundesminister a The Fundis were composed of deep greens and eco-socialists. Eco-socialism, Green socialism or Socialist ecology is an Ideology merging aspects of Marxism, Socialism, Green politics They did not only oppose cabinet cooperation, but were also in favour of strict term limits. See also Rotation in office A term limit is a legal restriction that limits the number of terms a person may serve in a particular elected office
The term was first used within the Hessen Green party. Hesse (Hessen is a state of Germany with an area In the 1982 state elections the party gained 8% of vote, and neither the SPD or the CDU had a majority of their own. The Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands) is the largest Political party in Germany. In their program Hessen Greens had claimed that there was a "fundamental opposition between the anti-life and anti-democratic politics of the SPD, CDU and FDP. " Those who had opposed a coalition with the SPD were called fundis. The Greens tolerated an SPD-minority government for three years and in 1985 they entered the coalition, a victory for the Realos. A minority government or a minority cabinet is a Cabinet of a Parliamentary system formed when the governing Political party or Joschka Fischer became their minister.
In the same year the Realos also won a victory on the federal level when the party congress adopted a motion, saying that the Greens could "use the full bandwidth of parliamentary possibilities, ranging from opposition to single-party government". At the end of the 1980s the fundis founded the Left Forum. In 1990 a group of prominent eco-socialists left the party, in 1991 a group of deep greens also left. Some of those joined the PDS and others founded their own party. The Left (Die Linke is a German political party that came into being on 16 June 2007 as a merger of The Left Party/PDS the former
In 1998 the Greens joined the cabinet, a final victory for the realos. In the following years the division between realos and fundis became less important.
In the Green Party of Canada and the Flemish party Agalev-party the term was also used to describe similar conflicts. The Green Party of Canada is a Canadian federal Political party founded in 1983 with around 9000 registered members as of November 2007. is both a cultural community and an economic region within the Belgian state, and has significant autonomy Green! (in Dutch Groen!; founded as Agalev (see name-section below is a Belgian green Political party. In France conflicts between 'fundi' and 'realo' led to several splits within the Green Party, resulting in a 'pleiade' of green parties. The Politics of France take place in a framework of a semi-presidential representative democratic Republic, whereby the President of France Les Verts (or The Greens are an Ecologist Political party to the Centre-left of the Political spectrum in France.