What are the characteristics of the historical development of Green?
“Green” energy sources (solar and wind energy) and biomass.
Romance, existentialism, flower power, societal renewal in the sixties and the New Age movement.
Political correctness, narcism, naïveté, a blind trust in consensus and isolating sectarianism.
Sustainable economics and corporate social responsibility.
Spirituality, everybody has access to his or hers Divine essence through inner work.
Expression of emotional value and the subconscious
Romance, Expressionism, Cobra and the New Age peace movement.
Societal spokespersons, gurus, idealists, servant leaders and activists.
“Polder model” the Dutch consensus-based economic and social policy making, and the political “Derde Weg”, (literally “Third Road”) a political model which is based on community, opportunity, responsibility and accountability as seen in, for example, the politics by Bill Clinton and Tony Blair.
Environmental consciousness, acceptance of homosexuality and immigrants, New Age and sexual freedom.