Transport is a massive climate issue, in this final episode of our policy series we've tried to cover as much Green Party transport policy as possible under the frame of how our policies cut emissions and solve some of the social justice issues created by our current flawed systems.
How do Green Party policies within infrastructure and industry facilitate a ‘just transition’ that addresses social and environmental justice in a way that works for people and place? How do we ‘green’ or decarbonise industry, building and infrastructure?
Anne Gayfer, Peter Simms, and the Green Party's Climate Emergency Policy Working Group explain how Green Party's land and food policies offer mitigation of climate breakdown and land and food justice.
Caroline Lucas MP, Kate Raworth, economist and author of Doughnut Economics, and Richard Benwell, Chief Executive of Wildlife and Countryside Link, teamed up for this online event to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the children’s book The Lorax, where they explore how our obsession with economic growth (biggering) is destroying nature and what we can do about it.
What is The Green Party’s #GreenFuture energy plan? How does it work locally, nationally and globally to ensure the just transition is equitable for everyone? Join Carla Denyer x Climate Emergency Policy Working Group to find out.
The Green Party's policies help our economy shift from a consumption-led economy to an investment lead economy. Watch this episode for a deep dive into funding change.
How do Green Party policies work to take responsibility for historic emissions and current evasions?
The Environment Bill presents a real opportunity to set standards for how we treat our planet and make sure that the government is held accountable for their actions.
Extract from BBC Midlands Today broadcast on 27 May 2021. Item regarding the election of Green Party members to 12 of the 18 seats on Oswestry Town Council.
Party election broadcast aired on 13 April 2021. Includes a piece by our very own Julian Dean.
The Green Party's Tyrone Scott in conversation with Bill Dunster from Zed Power, Agamemnon Otero the CEO of Energy Gardens and Lauren James, Deputy Leader of the Welsh Green Party.
March 2021 community update video for Porthill Ward.
The Budget 2021 was a chance to show real leadership on the path to a Green Recovery. It's disappointing that the government hasn't taken that chance.
Speech by Baroness Jenny Jones. "What we do know is that climate change is real, it's here, it's now and it's a reality that we have to confront."
Sian Berry and Jonathan Bartley look ahead to a Green Future.
Amelia Womack looks ahead to a Green Future.
Lily Fitzgibbon and Rosie Rawle of the Young Greens look ahead to a Green Future.
It’s been almost 2 years since the House of Commons declared a Climate and Environment Emergency.
A short animated video by CPRE explaining that road-building is failing to provide the congestion relief and economic boost promised, while devastating the environment.
This is the first in a series hosted by Green Party co-leader, Jonathan Bartley. The monthly series will amplify the incredible work being achieved by Greens around the country.
Green Party Political Broadcast, shown on 28 January 2021, looks at the work Greens have been doing to support their communities during the pandemic and how they're paving the way for a bright future ahead.
Shrewsbury North West "Relief" Road protest at Shirehall, Shrewsbury, 10 July 2020.
One year on from Shropshire Council's declaration of a climate emergency, what has been achieved?
UK General Election Environment Hustings held at Eastern Oswestry Community Centre, Cabin Lane, Oswestry, Shropshire on 4 December 2019.
Open Forum on the North West Relief Road University Centre, The Guildhall, Shrewsbury 30 November 2019