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Negotiating change in the Chambers

While Westminster politics is dominating our news cycles, twitter feeds and pub chats, Green wins at a local level are focused on the climate and social justice we need to see.


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Forced to seek legal advice on 16th day in Edinburgh Council

Green Cllr Kayleigh O’Neill – ‘At least, hopefully, it will be easier for the next person’


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Putting the brakes on fast fashion

Lorna Slater on the launch of the Circular Textiles Fund and what that can do to mitigate the cost to the planet of fast fashion.


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The possibilities are huge with independence

Lorna Slater MSP – an independent Scotland would give us the best possible platform to build an economy that works for people and the planet.


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Taking the steps we need to decarbonise our economy

Lorna Slater MSP on the benefits of tackling wasteful production of packaging and creating a sustainable future.


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When dodgy deals win, everybody loses

Newly-elected Green councillor, Alys Mumford, reflects on what the Labour/Lib Dem/Tory deal means for Edinburgh and democracy.


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Green reaction to Lab-Lib-Con coalition

Green councillors have reacted with disappointment at the decision to appoint a Labour-LibDem-Tory coalition in Edinburgh.


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Members back coalition agreement with SNP

Support for the coalition agreement was overwhelming at last night’s members’ meeting.


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Edinburgh Greens members to vote on coalition agreement

A coalition agreement has been negotiated between the Edinburgh Green and SNP councillors to form a minority administration.


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The clock is ticking on negotiations

Newly elected councillor, Ben Parker, gives an overview of the first week since Edinburgh went to the polls.