Is the Green Party the best of the bunch for the environment?

Is the Green Party the best of the bunch for the environment?
The Green Party had mixed results in this week's European elections. Are they the best bet for the planet, or would one of the main parties make better environmental stewards?
Greens - the name says it all
Major party - they have more clout
None - politicians are doomed to make a hash of things

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