Overview The Alliance of Ecopolitical Parties is a organisation striving for more action to be taken against the ever present dangers of Global Warming.
While the alliance is focused on eco-issues and does not favour heavy industry it does not align itself with any particular ideology, accepting any party that is truly dedicated to saving our dying planet. The organisation’s major aims include: reducing garbage in the oceans and in natural environments, protecting and increasing the number of endangered animal species, increasing the use of recyclable materials, increasing HEP, solar and wind farms for the generation of electricity and reducing the number of cars on roads by improving public transport.
Aside from providing goals for countries to meet in order to protect the Earth, AEP also provides an opportunity for various countries to engage in international discussion on how best to protect our endangered planet.
The Founding of the AEP Founded on the 7th of May, the founding of the AEP consisted of a variety of eco-parties across 8 nations.
The founding declaration was signed by the following persons:
Republikanske Partiet av Sankt Skarlagen (Republican Party of Saint Scarlett)
How to Join We accept all political parties with protection of the environment as part of their manifesto, no matter whether they are left, right, in government or in opposition. Multiple parties from the same nation are accepted. To join, fill out this form:
Country Name: Main Official Language: Party Name (In main language and English): Party Abbreviation: Party Leader: Party Status (In Government/Coalition Leader/Coalition Partner/In Opposition): Upper House Seats (Number/Total Seats): Lower House Seats (Number/Total Seats):
Telegram the form to St Scarlett and ask questions if anything else is needed.
Manifesto We are dedicated to protecting our endangered planet from potential harm caused by humanity. We help form and shape the ideas needed to increase the eco-friendliness of our member nations, either directly through those in government or through debate stemming from those in opposition.
The AEP is dedicated to achieving its goals without majorly disrupting industry and economy, seeking to improve and replace current systems rather than removing them.
Our list of aims is as follows:
Reducing garbage in oceans, lakes and rivers.
Clearing garbage from beaches, forests and other natural environments.
Clearing garbage from city streets.
Increasing the number of materials that can be recycled.
Replacing materials that cannot be recycled with those that can.
Preserving and encouraging the breeding of endangered species.
Outlawing hunting except in designated and controlled areas with seasonal restrictions.
Designating controlled areas for fishing.
Reducing the number of coal power stations.
Increasing the number of HEP power stations, solar farms and wind farms
Improving trains and busses.
Encouraging car sharing.
Improving electric and hydrogen cars and reducing the cost of owning one.
Increasing public awareness of the dangers of climate change.