Bex Whyman

Bex Whyman for South Yorkshire mayor

21st January 2022

Bex Whyman has been selected as the Green Party mayoral candidate for South Yorkshire. Bex tells us why she’s standing…

Greens propose new scheme to tackle fuel poverty and reduce emissions

20th January 2022

At Wednesday’s Cooperative Executive, the Green Party Executive Member with responsibility for Climate Change, Councillor Douglas Johnson, proposed that Sheffield…

Greens say “Let there be light for City Centre residents”

19th January 2022

“Residents in the City Centre deserve just as much access to light as other Sheffield householders” says Green Councillor Brian…

Logan Robin

Support the council to address the climate emergency

4th January 2022

This letter from Logan Robin was published in the Star On January 4th:   Winter highest temperature records smashed by…

Protected: Private: Council Candidate Statements

2nd January 2022

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Plans to clamp down on city centre pavement parking

15th December 2021

Residents and businesses are being urged to share their views on new proposals to ban pavement parking in the city…

Developers can do more to tackle Climate Change

15th December 2021

Sheffield Greens call for more action by developers to tackle Climate Change. Following the outcome of COP26, Green Councillors in…

All day bus lanes could be part of the solution

9th December 2021

Sheffield Green Party member Jason Leman writes on the subject of all day bus lanes.     An idea to…

“We don’t need another car park” say Greens

6th December 2021

Green Councillors on Sheffield’s Planning Committee have opposed a new multi storey car park as part of the West Bar…

27th November: Global Climate Justice Summit

21st November 2021

🌎 Summit ‘Centring the Most Affected People and Areas’ and Delivering a Clear Justice-Based Call For Action To Global Leaders…