Ruth Mersereau

Labour need to join Greens in support of communities threatened by fracking

28th October 2018

A new report from the Institute for Public Policy Research identifies 46,000 green jobs that could be created across the region

Bernard Little

Governments must work together to drive a rapid transition to alternatives to plastic

25th October 2018

One year ago David Attenborough’s Blue Planet 2 started a mass movement to end the single-use plastics that contaminate our oceans and even our drinking water.

Peter Garbutt

How much can change in just 48 hours?

25th October 2018

Sally and Brian Williams were ordered to remove their amazing roadside flower beds, two days later, after a massive viral campaign seeking common sense, the council climbs down

Bernard Little

Sheffield needs recycling not incineration

22nd October 2018

Labour’s Cllr Peter Price continues to broadcast irresponsible incineration industry claims that burning waste helps to reduce our impact on the environment and is “sustainable”

rear view of 3-storey terrace at Gell St

Another blow to heritage

21st October 2018

Green party Councillor Douglas Johnson and local party member Brian Holmshaw were active at the 16th October Planning Committee in…

Douglas Johnson

Sheffield Green Party comments on Gambling licences

16th October 2018

Sheffield Green Party has submitted comments on how betting shops and gambling venues should be licensed

Cllr Rob Murphy

Greens celebrate Plan B for City Centre

15th October 2018

Sheffield Greens are celebrating victory in a 10-year-long battle to get a rethink on the Council’s plans for the city centre

Douglas Johnson

Labour councillors are moving money away from deprived areas

11th October 2018

Cllr Douglas Johnson writes in response to I am writing to respone to the letter from Councillor Jim Steinke “Fairest Way to spend cash”

Green action – October 3rd Council

2nd October 2018

Green councillors are raising issues including the successful campaign to keep the Walk-in Centre and Minor Injuries Unit open, tackling modern slavery and abuse, and a people’s vote on Brexit

Natalie Bennett

Sheffield anti-fracking protestor Simon ‘Roscoe’ Blevins sent to prison for 16 months.

26th September 2018

Natalie Bennett said “The brave action of Simon and his co-accused has helped highlight our lack of democracy and equity”