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Locking down

Different people with different lives will experience this lockdown in different ways, reflects Alison Johnstone.


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Keep your distance

Social distancing is a new and unfamiliar state of being for so many of us, says Alison Johnstone.


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Joining the effort in the Coronavirus Pandemic

Here’s how members, supporters and anyone who is able can get involved in the city-wide effort to deal with Coronavirus.


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Tackling Coronavirus through kindness

The coronavirus pandemic can be tackled if we allow kindness, not fear, to prevail, says Alison Johnstone.


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Suspension of face to face activity

Edinburgh Greens branch committee have this weekend announced suspension of all face-to-face activities across the city due to the ongoing coronavirus threat.


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Budget choices

Edinburgh still faces stark budget choices for its future says Gavin Corbett.


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Flexibility and value

Alison Johnstone reflects on International Women’s Day.


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Planning for a Zero Carbon City

Getting the new City Plan 2030 right is crucial for Edinburgh’s zero carbon ambitions, argues Chas Booth.


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Edinburgh Monopoly: the council, hotels and the EICC

Gavin Corbett explains why Green councillors were the sole opponents of a decision by the council to take a 25 year lease of a 365-bed hotel at Haymarket on behalf of the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.  The text below is a modified version of his speech at Finance Committee on 5 March 2020.


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All aboard for young people

The Green budget deal gives a green light for young people, says Alison Johnstone.