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“Thank you Sheffield for voting Green!”

13th May 2019

Thank you to the many people who voted Green this year – 22.5% across the city

Rob Murphy and Ruth Mersereau

City Ward – Spring 2019

11th May 2019

The latest news from City Ward Greens

City Ward Greens: (l-r) Cllr Rob Murphy, Ruth Mersereau, Cllr Martin Phipps, Emily Brooke-Davies, Cllr Douglas Johnson

City Ward – February 2019

11th May 2019

The latest news from City Ward Greens

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Greens standing in all 28 wards

4th April 2019

Sheffield Greens are standing candidates in all 28 wards for the Sheffield council elections on May 2nd

Cllr Martin Phipps and Cllr Douglas Johnson at the Walk-in Centre

Greens comment on the report into allegations of bullying and dysfunction at Sheffield CCG

28th February 2019

Sheffield Green Party comments on the report into allegations of bullying and dysfunction in the senior management of Sheffield CCG

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.”

James Martin, Cllr Martin Phipps, Ruth Mersereau

Greens disappointed at Inner Ring Road shortcomings

1st February 2019

Green councillors expressed disappointment at the lack of further scrutiny, after hearing many claims but little evidence.

Cllr Martin Phipps

Why we desperately need more young people in politics

29th January 2019

Read Green Councillor Martin Phipps’ article in the Yorkshire Post about why we need more young people to get involved in politics

Campaigners with the Green Party leader, Siân Berry, at Derek Dooley Way

Green councillors call in road widening decision

20th January 2019

Sheffield Green Party councillors have “called in” a council decision to widen the Inner Ring Road so that the impact on air quality, health, cycling and walking can be considered.