A Green View for years to come

18th January 2021

Sheffield Green Party sets out vision for Sheffield Local Plan Ahead of a council scrutiny meeting to discuss progress with…

The Sheffield Green View 2020

18th January 2021

Local Plan Issues and Options consultation response from Sheffield Green Party October 2020 Table of Contents Introduction Spatial strategy How…

Cllr Paul Turpin with Green Party leader Sian Berry at the Inner Ring Road

Now is not the time to roll back environmental progress

18th November 2020

Councillor Paul Turpin writes …. Sheffield City Council announced a pause on plans for the citywide Clean Air Zone (CAZ) citing…

Graham Santer and dog

Owlthorpe Fields under threat

28th May 2020

Owlthorpe Fields serve as the only pedestrian accessible biodiverse green space where I live

Christine Gilligan Kubo

Sheffield needs to see climate emergency action now

4th January 2020

Under irresistible pressure from the Green Party and Extinction Rebellion, the Labour-run council declared a climate emergency on February 6th 2019.

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.

Volunteer planters

#GoGoGreen – Green Wall planting at Hunter’s Bar Infant School

12th November 2019

On 4th November 2019 Hunter’s Bar Infant School celebrated the launch of their Green Wall. It’s a pollution-busting wall of…

Man spraying Round Up

Poison on our pavements

20th September 2019

Sign the petition to stop the spraying of Glyphosate in Sheffield

Sheffield Townhall

Sheffield Greens disappointed by “hollow” Council response to climate emergency

7th February 2019

Sheffield Green Party Councillors have expressed grave disappointment that the Labour Council has rejected its call for the city to work to be carbon-neutral by 2030.

Sheffield must be zero-carbon by 2030

5th February 2019

Green councillors are demanding a clear commitment to the city being “zero carbon” by 2030 at the latest, as the world faces a “climate emergency.”