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John C. Rensenbrink

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Green Horizon

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Green Horizon

P.O. Box 476

Topsham, Maine,04086

United States

Company Description

Green Horizon is a foundation, a magazine, an events organizer, and a book publisher. But mostly we are a magazine. The magazine is 7 years old now. Please click on the icon above and read all about it. You can find out about the foundation by clicking on ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Principal Founder

Global Green Network


Affiliations

Bowdoin College

Emeritus Professor of Government


Cathance River Education Alliance

Founder


US Green Party Intl Committee

Co-Founder


Peace Action

PAM Advisory Board Member


U.S. Senate

Co-Founder


Topsham's Future

Founder


American Association of Green Parties

Cofounder


Green Party

Co-founder


GPU Inc.

Founding Member


International Committee of the USGP

Founder


Policy and Strategy Committee of the Maine Green Independent Party

Founder


U.S. Agency for International Development

Educational Advisor


Cobb/LaMarche

Senior Policy Advisor


CREA

Founder


Education

BA

Calvin College


MA

University of Michigan


Ph.D

political science

University of Chicago


Ph.D.

University of Amsterdam


Web References(194 Total References)


About Us | Green Horizon Magazine

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John Rensenbrink, Maine


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John Rensenbrink, Maine


GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: Can We Talk About It? Must We? | Green Horizon Magazine

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By John Rensenbrink
JOHN RENSENBRINK is co-editor of this magazine, founding member of the Green Party of the United States, author of Against All Odds: the Green Transformation of American Politics, and professor emeritus of Government, Bowdoin College.


Early History of the United States Green Party, 1984-2001 - www.gp.org

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by John Rensenbrink
The impetus for the founding meeting came from Alan Philbrook and John Rensenbrink, who had previously worked together on three campaigns to shut down Maine's only nuclear plant -- and had come close to doing so. Philbrook had recently attended the November 6, 1983, founding meeting of the Green Party of Canada, while in the summer of 1983 Rensenbrink had visited West Germany, where the Green Party Die Grünen had recently won 5.5% of the national vote, qualifying it for 27 seats in the Bundestag, West Germany's parliament. Featured speakers included Charlene Spretnak, Detroit-based social activist and feminist Grace Lee Boggs, Murray Bookchin of the Institute for Social Ecology, Wisconsin Green co-founder Walt Bresette, New Hampshire Green and Clamshell Alliance organizer Guy Chichester, California Green Danny Moses from Sierra Club Books, Maine Green Party co-founder John Rensenbrink, and eco- feminist Ynestra King. At the Inter-Regional Committee (IC) meeting held in Kansas City in August 1987, John Rensenbrink (ME) and Green Letter newsletter editor Margo Adair (CA) were selected to be principal coordinators of what would come to be called the SPAKA process: Strategy and Policy Approaches in Key Areas. According to Adair and Rensenbrink, "SPAKA was to create a participatory process to formulate a Green Program for the U.S. - to create an identity. Authored by Merrymeeting Greens (ME) John Rensenbrink and Matt Tilly, the proposal needed a two-thirds vote. Christa Slaton, Margo Adair, and John Rensenbrink prepared intensively for the annual Green gathering in Estes Park, Colorado, in October 1990. Following his speech, a very large number of Greens responded to a call by John Rensenbrink for an impromptu discussion on Green Party building and running candidates. The mountain air discussion on the big lawn was animated. The attendees included Mindy Lorenz, Debra Magnuson, Ross Mirkarimi, and Martha Fellows (CA); Barbara Rodgers-Hendricks (FL); Betty Zisk (MA); Dee Berry and Ben Kjelshus (MO); Sulaiman Mahdi, (Atlanta); Native Americans Medicine Story and Quiet Spirit; John Goeke, (PA); Phil Rose, (NY); Greg Gerritt and John Rensenbrink (ME); Blair Bobier (OR); Tony Affigne, (RI); Janette Taylor (Colorado); Charles Betz (MN) and Ron Natoli (NH). The group also formed a Steering Committee composed of Barbara Ann Rodgers-Hendricks (FL), Sulaiman Mahdi (GA), Phil Rose (NY), John Rensenbrink (ME), Ben Kjelshus (MO), Mindy Lorenz (CA), and Blair Bobier (OR). Meeting over six days at the Hartland Center in Kansas City, GPN founders included Mindy Lorenz (CA), John Rensenbrink (ME) Barbara Rodgers Hendricks (FL), Suleiman Mahdi, (Georgia), Betty Zisk (MA), Dee Berry and Ben Kjelshus (MO), Tony Affigne and Greg Gerritt (RI), Blair Bobier (OR), Annie Goeke and Tom Linzey (PA), and Sue Conti (VA). It was convened by John Rensenbrink of the Maine Green Party. As a Bowdoin professor, he and several student leaders organized a coalition of Bowdoin student groups to formally sponsor and financially support the conference. The Green Politics Network team of Tony Affigne, Hank Chapot, Linda Martin, John Rensenbrink, and Sam Smith began organizing national third-party get-togethers in Washington, DC (June 1995) and Boulder (November 1995). Bert Garskoff (CT), John Rensenbrink (ME), Steven Schmidt (NM), Tony Affigne (RI), and Greg Gerritt (RI) each affirmed that their respective state Green Parties were supporting this call.


Celebrating The Vision of Our Founder - Highland Green Lifestyle

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Photo: Green Party founder John Rensenbrink and Highland Green founder John Wasileski


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