When I asked him what got him interested in the Green movement, he paused to think about that and found it a curious question. For him, there was no specific event like my French travel mate Jocelyne Le Boulicaut.
Alright, let's ago a little back in time. We have been on our way since Wednesday now .... today is Sunday and I am surviving quite well. First night on the train was not very restful, sharing a 5 Square meters cabin with two gentlemen ..... well it is a first time ...... I knew I was going to encounter plenty of first times .....
Follow us on our route through Europe: from Brussels to Athens. Our fourth stop is Bucharest, Romania. Keep an eye on this page for all the updates, photos, and videos.
The EGP are heading to Athens by train. The journey is an opportunity to meet with Green members, campaigners, activists and offices staff en route as we head to the 17th EGP Council in Athens. It all starts on October 31 and arrives in Athens on November 7. You can also follow us on Facebook.
The next European Parliament elections in 2014 will be a great challenge for the Greens to convince eastern Europeans that Green is more than a color, but a responsible way to do politics. With Europe in middle of crisis and dramatic threatening of welfare in eastern European region, we need to find a new direction to go. Our answer has to bridge the gap between east and west, and build confidence into European Institutions and Future, built on a common ground.