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Link to Consultation on flood prevention in Sheffield

Consultation on flood prevention in Sheffield

10th August, 2016

For more than 30 years I have been campaigning with Sheffield Green Party to alert people and decision makers to … Full Story »

Link to Farmageddon at the Off the Shelf Festival

Farmageddon at the Off the Shelf Festival

21st October, 2014

Farmageddon is an eye opening examination of the quiet revolution of mega-farming that is threatening our countryside, farms and food. … Full Story »

Link to Support Brian May’s petition against the badger cull

Support Brian May’s petition against the badger cull

9th April, 2013

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Link to Badger cull won’t work

Badger cull won’t work

18th October, 2012

Dear Editor A ten-year investigation, in which 11,000 badgers were experimentally killed, reported: “Badger culling cannot meaningfully contribute to the … Full Story »

Link to Carrots, the cost of food and climate change

Carrots, the cost of food and climate change

14th October, 2012

Dear Editor Last weekend I harvested my carrots. Like many other gardeners and allotment holders in Sheffield I was disappointed … Full Story »

Link to Greens slam Food Plan

Greens slam Food Plan

13th January, 2011

A report on the Sheffield Food Plan will be going to Cabinet this Wed 12th January. If approved, it will … Full Story »

Link to Allotments- a positive story

Allotments- a positive story

13th October, 2010

Dear Sir The Telegraph has recently printed several articles and letters about problems with allotments and community growing projects. These … Full Story »

Link to Green Party Budget Amendment 2010

Green Party Budget Amendment 2010

5th March, 2010

This council: 1. Believes that the main challenges facing Sheffield, as the rest of the world, are the gross inequalities … Full Story »

Link to Greens call for Sheffield wide action on food.

Greens call for Sheffield wide action on food.

18th February, 2010

Sheffield Green Party have today published their new food strategy for the city. The Greens ¬†argue that putting low-carbon food … Full Story »