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Real change ahead for biodiversity in Scotland

Scotland has some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the world, and we are putting it at the heart of our recovery, says Lorna Slater MSP


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Proper funding for city public toilets and trees

Public toilets have more than shown their worth over the last two years, and the city’s trees need more attention to fight ash-dieback – Alex Staniforth gives a taste of a Green budget.


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Climate justice is something that we can achieve together

While Glasgow being the host city offered us a chance to get a bit nearer the action, there was much more than just the Clyde separating Scots from the negotiations happening inside.


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Flaws of ‘Right to Buy’ are searingly obvious

Selling off council homes may have benefited original purchasers but long term detrimental impacts are still being felt, argues Susan Rae.


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Green councillors push for greater ambition on City Low Emission Zone

Transport and Environment Committee vote 6-5 in favour of Green amendment


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Edinburgh Green councillor Gavin Corbett to stand down

Green councillor Gavin Corbett is to step down early as a councillor in the Fountainbridge-Craiglockhart area of Edinburgh.


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Participatory budgeting – next steps

Let’s not lose sight of people power over public budgets, says Chas Booth


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The right care for everyone

Decisions on the future of care homes must put residents at their heart, says Councillor Melanie Main


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Greens welcome new funding for inclusive cycling in city

Greens welcome a reprieve for Edinburgh’s only inclusive cycling project.


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Historic agreement welcome but won’t be plain-sailing

As Scotland gears up to host the UN’s climate summit, Steve Burgess welcomes the decision by Green members to back a co-operation agreement with the Scottish Government.