Success as Slavery Reparation Motion Passed

Bristol Greens propose motion following Lambeth success Lambeth Green Councillor, Scott Ainslie, has led the first successful Slavery Reparation motion in the UK. Ainslie, having co-authored the motion with the Stop the Maangamizi campaign, gained cross-party support to pass the motion. This motion calls on the Government to launch a commission into UK involvement in […]

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Votes Matter for Green Elections

Greens to elect party leadership using Single Transferable Vote With First Past the Post (FPTP) failing this Country, the Green Party shows how proportional representation makes votes matter. Every two years, the party holds elections for its leadership roles using the single transferable vote system. This is unusual in British politics as other parties usually […]

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Green Wave Washes Over France

The French Green Party has continued its success in the second round of municipal elections The French Green Party, Europe Ecologie Les Verts (EELV), has been building on the success of the first round of municipal elections in 2020. The second round was scheduled to be held in March but was postponed due to the […]

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Green Councillor Wins Sustainable Engineering Award

Bristol Councillor, Carla Denyer, awarded in ‘Top 50 Women In Engineering Sustainability’ Awards 2020 Carla Denyer has been recognised for her contribution to overcoming the challenge of sustainability. Having studied mechanical engineering and specialising in renewable energy, Carla has been working towards sustainability both within her city of Bristol and further afield. After becoming a […]

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