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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.”

Peter Garbutt, Alison Teal, Jon Ashe, Fran Kime and Rob Unwin

“Children’s safety must come first”

11th January 2019

Greens highlight traffic danger at Sharrow Junior School.

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Total Disunity

11th December 2018

So, what happened at December’s meeting of the full Sheffield City Council?

Rob Unwin at Nether Edge Rd playstreet

Nether Edge & Sharrow – Nov / Dec 2018

11th November 2018

The latest news from Nether Edge & Sharrow Greens

The trees in Western Road and Gilliott Street were planted in grateful appreciation of the part taken by former pupils in this school in the Great Way, 1914-1919.

Greens welcome victory for Western Road tree campaign

6th November 2018

Responding to new information that shows all healthy war memorial trees are to be saved from felling, Alison Teal, Green…

Cities for people not air pollution

Green Party supports community event in Sheffield on World Car-Free Day

24th September 2018

Sheffield was at the forefront of national events celebrating World Car-Free Day on Saturday

Alison Teal

Nether Edge & Sharrow – Autumn 2018

7th September 2018

The latest news from Nether Edge & Sharrow Greens

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Report from September’s council meeting

7th September 2018

Here is what happened at September’s full council meeting, the one day in the month when all Sheffield’s elected councillors get together.

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Green actions at the September 5th Council

4th September 2018

Green councillors are raising lots of issues at this month’s council meeting, including Doncaster Airport, a sham consultation, workers’ rights, recycling and more