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Scottish Green MSPs Alison Johnstone and Andy Wightman joined activists today at the Green “Tardis” on Leith Walk in Edinburgh for the final day of campaigning before the European Referendum.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Greener In: last full day of campaigning

Scottish Green MSPs Alison Johnstone and Andy Wightman joined activists today at the Green “Tardis” on Leith Walk in Edinburgh for the final day of campaigning before the European Referendum.






Commenting on today’s planning debate at full council on the allocation of Greenbelt land at Gogar, in the west of Edinburgh, Green councillor Steve Burgess said:<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Green councillor slams Greenbelt sacrifice

Commenting on today’s planning debate at full council on the allocation of Greenbelt land at Gogar, in the west of Edinburgh, Green councillor Steve Burgess said:






Green councillors have reacted to news that the Agnes Hunter Trust has suspended attempts to evict its tenants in Lorne Street, Edinburgh.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Lorne Street evictions: Greens react to suspension of evictions

Green councillors have reacted to news that the Agnes Hunter Trust has suspended attempts to evict its tenants in Lorne Street, Edinburgh.






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Edinburgh must do more to welcome refugees argues CHAS BOOTH.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Edinburgh action on refugee crisis

Edinburgh must do more to welcome refugees argues CHAS BOOTH.






Green councillor Gavin Corbett salutes the achievement of Gorgie City Farm in raising £100,000 in 6 weeks.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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From the ashes: the success of Gorgie City Farm

Green councillor Gavin Corbett salutes the achievement of Gorgie City Farm in raising £100,000 in 6 weeks.






WE must reassess the vision we have for this city and not alienate residents in favour of developers, says Alison Johnstone. <!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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A capital for people

WE must reassess the vision we have for this city and not alienate residents in favour of developers, says Alison Johnstone. 






Member's Blog
By @RoryMacLure Rory MacLure is from Aberdeen and currently lives in Edinburgh where he’s studying to get his Masters in Global Crime, Justice and Security.  He’s been a member of […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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A Green Energy Policy for a Secure and Prosperous Scotland

By @RoryMacLure Rory MacLure is from Aberdeen and currently lives in Edinburgh where he’s studying to get his Masters in Global Crime, Justice and Security.  He’s been a member of […]