How will climate change affect the New Forest?

The United Nations has warned that our window of opportunity to tackle climate change and keep the global temperature rise below 2°C by 2100 is swiftly diminishing. In The Emission Gap Report 2013, compiled by 44 scientific groups in 17 countries, it warned that significant emission reductions are required by 2020 but as global emissions continue … Read more

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. What a wonderful year it’s been for the GreenParty.  Membership of the Greens has risen by an extraordinary 117% and polling figures are constantly improving – we had our first double-figure (10%) result only yesterday. Truly, 2014 has been a landmark year for the Green Party. It’s wonderful to … Read more

Spring Conference 2015

Green Party  Spring Conference 2015 will be held at the beautiful St George’s Hall in Liverpool, from Friday 6 to Monday 9 March. All members are invited to join us at the last national meeting before next year’s elections, for a busy four-day programme of policy-making, topical discussions, training and learning. And of course celebrating … Read more

Zero Carbon Britain

Zero Carbon Britain: Rethinking the Future models a techically robust scenario in which the UK has risen to the challenges of the 21st century. Zero Carbon Britain Event (London 9th April 2014): Can renewables keep the lights on? from Centre for Alternative Technology To read the latest Report go to –

Help get Caroline Lucas re-elected!

This coming Saturday 6th December is Small Business Saturday and Caroline has made supporting independent local shops and other community employers across the city a big priority as MP. We need your help on Saturday to get out there and rekindle support for our home-grown businesses. Let’s encourage people to go beyond the big brands and find … Read more

The Green Party ‘Positive Vs Negative’ Campaigns

According to many reputable websites including ‘Voteforpolicies’ the Green Party has the most popular viewpoints within the political spectrum. Why do people like the Green Party? Well, people like the Green Party because they encourage multi-culturalism and socialism, ah, here’s where we encounter the problem, yes people like the multi-cultural encouragement and socialist ideals of … Read more