Public health in public places has to remain top priority, says Alison Johnstone.
There is only one credible route map for Edinburgh to recover from the coronavirus crisis, argues Steve Burgess.
Here are some of the highlights from Green councillors’ work this month.
More needs done to get schools up and running safely, says Alison Johnstone.
Universal Basic Income will be a test of Scotland’s appetite for the truly radical, says Alison Johnstone.
Over the last two years Green councillors Gavin Corbett and Allan Young have been part of a 4-council partnership looking at how Universal Basic Income might work in Scotland. With the final draft report published today, they argue for Scotland to take the next step.
Without much more regular testing, steps to ease lockdown are still making a journey into the unknown, claims Alison Johnstone.
As Edinburgh begins the gradual process of easing of coronavirus lockdown, councillors need to review decisions made back at the start, says Claire Miller.
Tackling the Coronavirus pandemic in Edinburgh and the climate crisis must go hand in hand. That’s according to a report issued by the city’s Green councillors today.
In many ways – from transport, to housing, to culture – Edinburgh can define a new era, writes Alison Johnstone.