Greens are making a big difference in government. We want to do the same for our city, says Lorna Slater
Scotland has some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the world, and we are putting it at the heart of our recovery, says…
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 –…
While Glasgow being the host city offered us a chance to get a bit nearer the action, there was much more than just the…
Selling off council homes may have benefited original purchasers but long term detrimental impacts are still being felt, argues Susan Rae.
Let’s not lose sight of people power over public budgets, says Chas Booth
Decisions on the future of care homes must put residents at their heart, says Councillor Melanie Main
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…
Edinburgh’s ‘coal’ canal celebrates its 200th birthday next year, with a renewed role in tackling climate change. Gavin Corbett explains.
Recent flash floods are a stark reminder of the urgent action we need to take on the climate emergency, says Lorna Slater.
We need Spaces for People to be improved, not removed, argues Lorna Slater
Cllr Mary Campbell examines the options for a Gaelic-medium secondary school in Edinburgh
Everyone deserves safe, warm and affordable housing and protection from unjust rent increases, discrimination and unfair eviction, says Lorna Slater.
Changing policy on the start age at school is just one of many ways in which Greens are making a difference, says Mary Campbell
Hospitality businesses will have to up their game, says Lorna Slater, if they want their workforce back.
Green councillor Chas Booth welcomes the council’s plans for a Leith Low Traffic Neighbourhood and says they could be even better.
Edinburgh is still a city where the car is king, says Lorna Slater. Our recovery plans should embrace space for socialising, walking, wheeling and…
Lorna Slater reflects on her transition so far from engineering project manager to MSP.
The dust may just have settled on the Scottish election but already sights are set on the future, says Gavin Corbett
Alison Johnstone on protecting Scotland’s wildlife and why you should vote Green this Thursday.
The Archimedes Screw sounds like something from Greek mythology, but in fact it is a clever device that powers one of our city parks.…
With even the US is investing in its streetscapes – there’s no excuse for Scotland to be left behind on green infrastructure says Alison…
As the Scottish Green Party publish ‘Our Common Future’, our manifesto for the Scottish Parliament election, Lothian lead candidate Kate Nevens shares her vision…
If re-elected in May, Alison Johnstone aims to ban fox hunting for good.
Scotland has just over four weeks to rebuild trust in forward-looking, constructive politics, says Lorna Slater.
Alison Johnstone writes about Scottish Greens’ commitment to play-based learning at kindergarten for three to six year-olds before starting formal primary education.
Alison Johnstone tells the story of the campaign to stop the unrestricted slaughter of Scotland’s mountain hares.
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 Council budget this year, Green councillors worked with other parties to secure a rent freeze for council tenants. Cllr Chas Booth explains…
Can Scotland becomes the world’s first rewilding nation? Yes, and there’s no time to waste, says Alison Johnstone.