Green Cllr Ben Parker tells the long and the short of it, and outlines his views about the options on the table
Council Tax may not be a just system of local taxation but the Scottish Government consultation gives us an opportunity to make it fairer…
Dan Heap argues that the council can make better use of its leverage to remove barriers to culture for local people.
Every day we read about new record temperatures around the world, we need to take action.
To celebrate International Co-operatives Day, we look at how local co-operatives provide housing, food and services as people-centred enterprises that aim to change the…
Longstanding Green member Bill Brockie died on 11 June after a period of illness. Former Green councillor Gavin Corbett reflects on Bill’s legacy.
As the council make nearly £9 million of cuts to health and social care services, Claire Miller warns this will take a system dependent…
Cllr Alys Mumford points out the real, noticeable changes for the people of Edinburgh that their 10 Green councillors have made.
Cllr Jule Bandel explains why and how we can make better decisions with participatory budgeting.
Cllr Claire Miller is pushing back against proposals which could put people at serious risk of ill health.
Cllr Kayleigh O’Neill examines why International Women’s Day is needed now more than ever.
Cllr Alex Staniforth clarifies five of the key lines in the budget proposal.
The least we can do is to take all the opportunities we can to say that we support, love, and will protect trans people.
Dan Heap on why Edinburgh Council should be investing in advice services to help families through the cost-of-living crisis.
Good budget choices require bold leadership and the redistribution of wealth, argues Green councillor Alys Mumford
This measure shows the strength of community in our city, says Lorna Slater, but can never substitute the structural change and policies needed to…
Having car free roads in the park has made people feel safer, more active and ready to explore the outdoors, says Lorna Slater MSP
It is upsetting that we need a warm spaces scheme but we have no choice but to fight for it.
Lorna Slater MSP compares what Westminster has to offer with the Scottish Government’s white paper
In order for public spending to help everyone in Edinburgh, we need to end racist Westminster policies says Ben Parker
Last week was a big week in the Scottish Parliament, and a historic week for tenants – Lorna Slater
Green councillor Ben Parker talks about tree concerns in Morningside and the action he’s taking.
Statement on council worker strikes from the Green Councillor Group
Susan Rae argues that Edinburgh Council must do more to help those struggling with the soaring cost of living.
It should not be this hot. This global crisis needs individual governments to take action now – Lorna Slater
While Westminster politics is dominating our news cycles, twitter feeds and pub chats, Green wins at a local level are focused on the climate…
Green Cllr Kayleigh O’Neill – ‘At least, hopefully, it will be easier for the next person’
Lorna Slater on the launch of the Circular Textiles Fund and what that can do to mitigate the cost to the planet of fast…
Lorna Slater MSP – an independent Scotland would give us the best possible platform to build an economy that works for people and the…
Lorna Slater MSP on the benefits of tackling wasteful production of packaging and creating a sustainable future.