Edinburgh is still a city where the car is king, says Lorna Slater. Our recovery plans should embrace space for socialising, walking, wheeling and cycling without the fug of toxic traffic fumes.
Lorna Slater reflects on her transition so far from engineering project manager to MSP.
With even the US is investing in its streetscapes – there’s no excuse for Scotland to be left behind on green infrastructure says Alison Johnstone.
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 most challenging of times, tackling COVID-19, poverty and the climate emergency calls for a bold city budget for a Green Recovery, says Gavin Corbett
Green councillors have warmly welcomed a new report on a Green Recovery from Coronavirus but warned that the test lies in translating good ideas into real action.
There is only one credible route map for Edinburgh to recover from the coronavirus crisis, argues Steve Burgess.
Tackling the Coronavirus pandemic in Edinburgh and the climate crisis must go hand in hand. That’s according to a report issued by the city’s Green councillors today.