Alison Teal with debris showing height of River Don

Recent flooding shows we need urgent action on the climate crisis

26th November 2019

The latest floods have devastated lives in South Yorkshire, ruining local businesses, wrecking homes and, tragically, claiming a life in Derbyshire.

Sheffield Green Party Councillors

Green policy actions will make Sheffield better

29th October 2019

Sheffield’s Green councillors are proposing a raft of policies to Sheffield City Council, to make the city a better place to live.

Douglas Johnson

Greens call for Climate Emergency Committee

18th October 2019

Ahead of the Scrutiny committee discussing changes to council governance, Green Councillors are calling for the climate emergency to be placed at the heart of decision-making

Man spraying Round Up

Poison on our pavements

20th September 2019

Sign the petition to stop the spraying of Glyphosate in Sheffield

Cllr Ruth Mersereau

Greens concern as Labour council votes against “value for money”

6th September 2019

Sheffield Greens reacted with concern after the Labour majority in the Council voted against getting value for money.

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Clean Air Zone consultation is missed opportunity

26th August 2019

This is a missed opportunity to engage the public on the reality of air pollution and the actions needed

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Sheffield Green Party response to the Clean Air Zone consultation

26th August 2019

Read the full response from Sheffield Green Party to the Clean Air Zone consultation

Person spraying herbicides

Sheffield City Council, stop using Glyphosate

16th July 2019

Sign the petition to stop the use of glyphosate-based herbicides in Sheffield’s publicly owned spaces

Save our trees

Total re-think needed on Sheffield trees conflict

15th July 2019

A recent report demonstrates again how wrong Sheffield City Council (SCC) was to hire a private contractor to fell more…

Sheffield Green Party members Martin Phipps and Brian Holmshaw by the ring road

Will the Council deliver on cycling?

26th June 2019

The Greens will continue to campaign for better public transport and safer cycling and walking options so people can choose to leave their cars at home