Greenpeace activists at Temelin nuclear power plant, Czechoslovakia, April 26, 1990, © Greenepeace/OTT
Greenpeace activists at Temelin nuclear power plant, Czechoslovakia, April 26, 1990, © Greenepeace/OTT

THE WORLDVIEW of the international Green movement often hinges on a set of simple beliefs that have become obstacles to facing the global crisis. Dogma and ideology develop when we treat beliefs as absolute truths.

The unofficial Green Credo says:

1. We are stewards of the earth.

2. Resources are worth saving for future generations.

3. The future matters.

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