Progress is a group effort.
And to get to where we want to go, we’ll need as many people to join us as possible.
That’s why we welcome different perspectives, lead tough conversations and find ways to unite around the values we all share.
When we work together, our common ground becomes our path to progress. This is how we turn ideas into action, and action into lasting systems change.
The Queen’s Speech: Climate inaction and Conservative Authoritarianism
The Green Party reacted to the Queen's speech this week, highlighting the lack of climate action and signs of Conservatives authoritarianism.
A Green Recovery: shaping UK finance for nature, people and 1.5°C
This special session of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Green New Deal explored how we could be shaping UK finance for nature, people and 1.5°C.
Caroline Lucas: endless pursuit of economic growth is destroying our planet
As Greens, we know that using GDP as an indicator for growth is perpetuating a system that puts profit first and people and planet last. Caroline Lucas wrote in a letter to The Guardian Friday 23 April that an obsession with GDP is driving the climate crisis: There is...
Molly Scott Cato: the financial sector finally turning up the heat on fossil fuels
Green Party’s Molly Scott Cato recently wrote about the financial industry finally turning on fossil fuels in The Independent: One of the reasons I became an economist was a fascination with the complex machine that is our economy – a system made up of the moving parts of our...
Green Party welcome climate targets but ask: where’s the plan?
The Green Party has a clear 10-point plan with policies that would achieve the new targets in the context of a green new deal.