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 the Scottish Greens since 2013. It has become clichéd to say that environmental and energy policy is at a crossroads. Frankly we passed the crossroads long ago […]
Cllr Steve Burgess welcomes the council’s progress in setting up its own energy services company but says the proof of the pudding will be in the (h)eating.
Alison Johnstone, Health and Sport spokesperson for the Scottish Greens and MSP for Lothian, closed the first day of the party’s Spring Conference in Edinburgh with a rallying call for activists to “leave our effort out there” in what promises to be a very competitive election for regional votes.
There are big lessons to be learned for a long term approach to school provision in Edinburgh, says Melanie Main.