The party is to field candidates in 32 of Scotland’s 59 Westminster constituencies, with 40 per cent of those standing women.
Membership of the Greens soared after last year’s independence referendum to more than 8,500 and a recent TNS poll on general election voting intentions put the party on 6 per cent, two points ahead of the Liberal Democrats.
The party said Edinburgh East would be its top priority, with former Edinburgh University rector Peter McColl standing as the Green candidate.
Patrick Harvie MSP, Greens co-convener, said: “Other parties are tying themselves in knots with messages about the sort of tactical voting that represents the politics of old.
“With our biggest slate of candidates, Scots will have an unrivalled opportunity to vote for the bold and positive politics that only Greens represent.
“Our candidates are already out and about engaging with voters on our ideas for protecting public services, reforming democracy and tackling inequality. With new members joining all the time we are determined to maintain the momentum.”
Mr McColl said: “Greens are clearly in the running as we head into an election in which everything is up for grabs. We know from speaking to our local communities that voters are looking for candidates they can believe in.
“Our policies on raising the minimum wage to £10 a hour by 2020, renationalising the railways and ending austerity have huge appeal, and are vital to rebalancing our economy and our society.”
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