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The Edinburgh branch committee has enthusiastically agreed that the branch sign up to the One in Five charter, to work towards removing barriers to disabled people participating in politics. The...

Edinburgh Greens back the One In Five campaign

The Edinburgh branch committee has enthusiastically agreed that the branch sign up to the One in Five charter, to work towards removing barriers to disabled people participating in politics. The…

Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian has slammed today’s decision by Edinburgh city council to approve a new Local Development Plan, saying it was obsessed with suburban sprawl rather...

Edinburgh Development Plan: missed opportunity

Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian has slammed today’s decision by Edinburgh city council to approve a new Local Development Plan, saying it was obsessed with suburban sprawl rather…

Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian, has described Edinburgh University’s fossil fuel policy announcement as “weak” and failing to following Glasgow University’s positive lead.

Johnstone: University fossil fuel position weak

Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian, has described Edinburgh University’s fossil fuel policy announcement as “weak” and failing to following Glasgow University’s positive lead.

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We need to cherish our public spaces argues Green councillor Chas Booth

Cherishing our public spaces

We need to cherish our public spaces argues Green councillor Chas Booth

Green Planning spokesperson, Nigel Bagshaw, explains why he proposed an alternative to the Edinburgh Local Development Plan.

Local Development Plan May 2015

Green Planning spokesperson, Nigel Bagshaw, explains why he proposed an alternative to the Edinburgh Local Development Plan.

Green MSP Alison Johnstone looks forward to the 2016 elections for the Scottish Parliament. 

General election dust settles; now for Holyrood 2016!

Green MSP Alison Johnstone looks forward to the 2016 elections for the Scottish Parliament.