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Greens Blast Council’s ‘Hodgepodge’ Environmental Strategy

14 January 2020

Green councillors have blasted a strategy which is currently the subject of a consultation by Norwich City Council. The council’s Draft Envionmental Strategy 2020-25 is set to replace the current environment strategy which has been in place since 2015.

Zipping into the City

24 December 2019

Vice Chair of the Mousehold Heath Conservators, Councillor Ben Price, has set his sights on installing a zip wire to carry adventurous passengers into the very heart of Norwich from a spot near Gurney Road, on Mousehold Heath.

Greens demand climate accountability for £39m public body

16 December 2019

Despite spending £39m per annum of public money, the Local Enterprise Partnership is not accountable enough to the public. Greens say it is in need of improved transparency.

New recycling centre proposal needs improvement say Greens

11 December 2019

The location of the new proposed centre is inappropriate, and there is no prioritisation of repair and reuse.

Greens Want More Democracy!

29 November 2019

Green Party councillors in Norwich have expressed disappointment that the general election is preventing important work being done at City Hall.

More trees, warmer homes, fewer cars: what Greater Norwich needs to tackle climate emergency

08 October 2019

Friends of the Earth publish key report on local Council’s climate performance

Norwich and Beccles Greens run coordinated events to mark World Rivers Day

30 September 2019

Beccles and Norwich Green Party councillors and campaigners got together with the local community on the Rivers Waveney and Wensum on Saturday 28th September to clear litter from the river and surrounding area.

City Council Against Nuclear Weapons

30 September 2019

Norwich City Council has agreed to support the International Campaign Against Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Cities Appeal, which describes itself as ‘a global call from cities and towns in support of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons’

The Biodiversity Emergency

20 September 2019

Four months ago, the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) released a report showing that the variety of life forms on Earth were continuing to decline in every region of the world. This planet-wide reduction in biodiversity significantly reduces the capacity of nature to contribute to people’s wellbeing.

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