I'm naturally right-of-centre on economic policy, left-of-centre social policy. And very much pre-environment. But I wouldn't class myself as a Green (with a capital G) by a long shot - I've never voted Green in my life, because IMO an awful lot of their policies are unworkable tosh.Oh dear. There are so many lefties and Greens on here.
Being pro-environment doesn't mean being lefty or Green. You can be right-of-centre economically and pro-environment, and there's a growing collection of people out there who fit that description. Growing number of "mild" conservatives around the world are starting to wake up to the fact that you can't have a perpetually growing & successful economy if the environment is f*^ked. A growing number of conservatives have realised that the future economy is in pro-environment technologies and industries and that just carrying on with the traditional fossil-fueled economy is a disaster waiting to happen.