Our recent Green Party Climate Emergency Policy Series recently came to a close. Below you will find a roundup of the replays and blog posts outlining what each policy is, and how it interconnects with our other policies to create the systems change we so desperately need.
EPISODE 1: NO POLICY IS AN ISLAND
Host Zoe Nicholson, who is the Green Party spokesperson for the Green New Deal, Green councillor in Lewes, and deputy leader of Lewes District Council welcomed members of the Green Party Policy Working Group (David Flint, Tony Firkins, Phil Horton) to share how each Green Party policy connects to create the systems change required to deliver environmental, social and economic justice for all. Read the blog post HERE.
EPISODE 2: GLOBAL GREEN CHALLENGES
In this episode of our policy series Carne Ross, our Global Solidarity spokesperson, Cleo Lake, ex-Lord Green Mayor of Bristol, Anika Jane Dorothy, Executive Director of the Green Congress of Kenya (GCK), and members of our Green Party Policy Working Groups discuss where our policies are at and where they still need to go. Read the blog post HERE
EPISODE 3: FUNDING CHANGE
In this episode, the Climate Policy Working group discuss what carbon tax is, and how it funds change Read the blog post HERE
EPISODE 4: GREEN PARTY ENERGY POLICY
In this episode, Green Party Co-Leader, Carla Denyer, joins the Climate Emergency Policy Working Group to discuss the Green Party’s green energy policies. Read the blog post HERE.
EPISODE 5: LAND AND FOOD JUSTICE
The Climate Policy Working Group and Land Policy Working Group join forces to share our land and food policies as they relate to climate policy. Read the blog post HERE.
EPISODE 6: GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE AND INDUSTRY
Join our Climate Policy Working Group to learn how Greens plan to transform infrastructure and industry with Green Party policy Read the blog post HERE
EPISODE 7: TRANSFORMING TRANSPORT
In this episode, our spokesperson for Transport, Caroline Russel joins Climate Policy Working Group members David Flint, Tony Firkins, councillor Joanna Wright, Professor John Whitelegg and Transport Policy Working Group member, Alan Francis to discuss our policies and how they link together to create systems change. Read the blog post HERE