Alison Johnstone writes about Scottish Greens’ commitment to play-based learning at kindergarten for three to six year-olds before starting formal primary education.
Green councillors have been working hard on the recovery, in their committee work and in their wards
On BBC Leaders’ Debate this week…
A whistle-stop tour through some recent Green wins in the Scottish Parliament.
Lorna looks up Patrick on Question Time – not bad!
Alison Johnstone tells the story of the campaign to stop the unrestricted slaughter of Scotland’s mountain hares.
Councillors are preparing for COP26 in Glasgow later this year, supporting residents in low-income housing with rent freezes, and working hard to keep Edinburgh a safe and healthy place to live.
Scary stuff this – Lorna muses over the prospect of her first debate on air.
Lorna’s been invited to give a guest lecture for students at Napier University.
Investment in social housing should be a key part of a green recovery and will help tackle child poverty too, argues Alison Johnstone.
In the Council budget this year, Green councillors worked with other parties to secure a rent freeze for council tenants. Cllr Chas Booth explains why.