Green councillors in Edinburgh co-ordinate call for ceasefire and an end to occupation of Palestine
More than £1 million on climate measures, £500,000 on public toilets and £100,000 on increased park lighting included in proposals for the Council’s budget.
Chris Young has been selected as Edinburgh Greens’ candidate for the Corstorphine/Murrayfield by-election on 9 March.
Green councillors have reacted with disappointment at the decision to appoint a Labour-LibDem-Tory coalition in Edinburgh.
Support for the coalition agreement was overwhelming at last night’s members’ meeting.
A coalition agreement has been negotiated between the Edinburgh Green and SNP councillors to form a minority administration.
Voters have sent a clear demand for stronger action on climate emergency and cost of living crisis at a local level.
Scottish Green Party council candidates gathered in Princes St Gardens today to launch their manifesto: Think Global, Act Local: A Green Edinburgh for Everyone.
The Scottish Greens will run candidates in every council ward in Edinburgh, at this year’s May elections.
Transport and Environment Committee vote 6-5 in favour of Green amendment
Green councillor Gavin Corbett is to step down early as a councillor in the Fountainbridge-Craiglockhart area of Edinburgh.
Greens welcome a reprieve for Edinburgh’s only inclusive cycling project.
Edinburgh can choose to lead the world in this year of the global climate summit, say Claire Miller and Steve Burgess
Green councillor Claire Miller is leading a last-ditch attempt to stop a newly-installed bike lane being ripped out of Lanark Road.
Alison Johnstone’s election comes on top of a record result for the Scottish Greens and is a further sign of how central Green politics now is to Scottish political debate