The leader of the Green Party since 2006, Marek Strandberg studied chemistry at Tartu University. He became a member of the board in 1997 and a chairman in 2000. What led you to promote the green view in politics, and how do you do it? The main reason was that being green, in the way that I and many like-minded people understand it, wasn't represented in Estonian politics. Secondly, I feel that green is clear third road between left and right which is used so often in politics. Greens, at least Estonian ones, agree that being green still means a capitalistic and economical way of look...
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