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Edinburgh Green Party +EdinburghGreens
Edinburgh branch of the Scottish Green Party; committed to social, economic & environmental justice
 Joined April 2017    www.edinburghgreens.org.uk
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Newly elected councillor, Ben Parker, gives an overview of the first week since Edinburgh went to the polls.The post The clock is ticking on negotiations appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Party says voters have sent a clear demand for stronger action on climate emergency and cost of living crisis at a local level.The post Historic number of Scottish Green Party councillors elected in Edinburgh appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Voters can be in no doubt that tackling the climate emergency will be high on the table in any negotiations Greens enter into, says Claire Miller.The post Clear Green water between the parties appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
There can be no place for ‘conversion therapy’ in the fairer and more equal Scotland that we are building.The post It’s time to end conversion practices for good appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Scottish Green Party council candidates gathered in Princes St Gardens today to launch their manifesto: Think Global, Act Local: A Green Edinburgh for Everyone.The post Green council candidates launch manifesto for Edinburgh appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Lorna Slater’s report to Lothian branches of the Scottish Greens for March 2022.The post Lothian Green MSP report – March 2022 appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
As an independent country, Scotland can follow an energy policy that is fuelled by renewables rather than repression, argues Lorna SlaterThe post Replacing Putin’s gas with Saudi oil is no solution to our energy crisis appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
As more Covid restrictions ease, Kayleigh O’Neill argues that we can’t simply ‘get back to normal’ because for many, normal was not good enough.The post Back to normal is not good enough appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
While Green councillor for Leith Chas Booth, welcomes Edinburgh's designation as a short-term-let control area there's more to be done.The post Priced out of Edinburgh appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Edinburgh Council is winding down its political decision making prior to the pre-election period that starts on 14 April before the election on 5 May.The post Green Councillors’ report for March 2022 appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
For the first time, the Scottish Greens will run candidates in every council ward in Edinburgh, at this year’s May elections.The post More Green candidates than ever appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Lorna Slater’s report to Lothian branches of the Scottish Greens for February 2022.The post Lothian Green MSP report – February 2022 appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
It's Council budget setting time this month and we have proposed a ‘Green Group budget for Climate and Social Justice’.The post Green Councillors’ report for February 2022 appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Greens are making a big difference in government. We want to do the same for our city, says Lorna SlaterThe post Stepping up to the mark for the city appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Lorna Slater’s report to Lothian branches of the Scottish Greens for January 2022.The post Lothian Green MSP report – January 2022 appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Lorna Slater's report to Lothian branches of the Scottish Greens for the end of 2021.The post Lothian Green MSP report – Nov/Dec 2021 appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
As Edinburgh Council enters the new year, thoughts are beginning to turn to the upcoming Council budget and then the next Council election in May. The post Green Councillors’ report for January 2022 appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Scotland has some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the world, and we are putting it at the heart of our recovery, says Lorna Slater MSPThe post Real change ahead for biodiversity in Scotland appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
Public toilets have show their worth in the last two years, and the city's tree's need more attention to fight ash-dieback - Alex Staniforth gives a taste of a Green budget.The post Better funding for city public toilets and trees appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
While Glasgow being the host city offered us a chance to get a bit nearer the action, there was much more than just the Clyde separating Scots from the negotiations happening inside.The post Climate justice is something that we can achieve together appeared first on Edinburgh Green Party.
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