Alison Johnstone reflects on International Women’s Day.
Getting the new City Plan 2030 right is crucial for Edinburgh’s zero carbon ambitions, argues Chas Booth.
Gavin Corbett explains why Green councillors were the sole opponents of a decision by the council to take a 25 year lease of a…
The Green budget deal gives a green light for young people, says Alison Johnstone.
Green MSP Alison Johnstone welcomes action on the climate crisis from a football institution.
Edinburgh needs to back ambitious climate targets with a climate emergency budget, argues Gavin Corbett.
What lessons can be learned from the controversy over the Christmas and Hogmanay events, asks Alex Staniforth.
Alison Johnstone looks forward to a time when Scotland rejoins the European Union.
Alison Johnstone urges people in Lothian and beyond to make their voices heard on Sheriffhall roundabout.
Getting social care right is vital for improved hospital experiences, argues Alison Johnstone.
The proposal to spend £120m on a single roundabout at Sheriffhall beggars belief, says Alison Johnstone.
The Australian bushfires cast a critical light on fossil fuel obsessions in the UK, says Alison Johnstone.
Actions, not words, are needed to reverse environmental destruction in 2020, says Melanie Main.
The 2019 general election should put to bed fruitless arguments about “vote-splitting” says Gavin Corbett.
What a whirlwind 6 weeks! Huge thanks to everyone who was involved in the general election campaign 2019.
Christmas is time for hope, says Alison Johnstone.
The election on 12 December must make the climate emergency top priority, says Kate Nevens.
Kate Nevens on why compassion, dignity and human rights should be at the heart of our immigration and asylum system.
Green MSP Alison Johnstone on a troubled Christmas Market.
Green MSP Alison Johnstone, praises the outstanding work of frontline health workers.
School climate striker and musician Josie Law explains why working for a week at Edinburgh city chambers was the perfect opportunity for her work…
This year’s “equal pay day” is 14th November, Green candidate in Edinburgh East Claire Miller tells us why it’s important.
Alison Johnstone welcomes progress on Citizens Basic Income.
Alison Johnstone argues for a secure future for Gorgie City Farm.
Alison Johnstone calls for more action to improve dental health in the most disadvantaged areas.
The scale of loss of garden space to car parking or hard surfacing should give us all pause for thought, says Steve Burgess.
Edinburgh has joined a number of councils in England in saying no to controversial “LOBO” loans. Gavin Corbett explains.
Edinburgh can lead the way in reversing the rising tide in plastic says Alison Johnstone.
An exciting new renewable energy project at Edinburgh’s Saughton Park nods to the past and signposts the future, says Gavin Corbett It was one…
Gavin Corbett welcomes commitment to improve the condition of sports pitches in the capital but argues that more needs done to increase pitch availability…