01 April 2021
The Green Party has reiterated a call for a ‘State of Nature’ clause being included in the delayed Environment Bill which would require the government to set a legally binding target of 2030 to halt and reverse the decline of nature.
29 March 2021
Sunday afternoon saw a few people working off their lunches with a socially distanced community clean up. Households covered Kent Road, Belgrave corner, the area under the two bridges and Saltmead and its playground.
27 March 2021
Members of the Green Party in Southampton are this morning pleased about the decision to refuse the extension of the runway.
25 March 2021
We have known for years that there are at least 110 premature deaths in Southampton every year due to air pollution , and thousands more whose health suffers badly due to it.
06 March 2021
Southampton and District Green Party were disappointed that the Chancellor had not put Climate Change more central to his spring budget; they are now calling on both central government and local government to consider more assistance for retrofitting homes in the City.
25 October 2020
The pandemic has shown the inadequacy of the government to help many families and children during the current pandemic. Now is the time to roll out a basic income for everyone which will help provide the basic essentials, especially during times of crises.
14 September 2020
There has been an aggressive onslaught against cabinet member for green city and place, Councillor Steve Leggett. Unreasonable accusations have been fired off from the local Tory Party leader Cllr Dan Fitzhenry who is intending to seek derision during a period of experimentation for Southampton’s transport strategy.
28 July 2020
An outdoor meeting for members and supporters is an annual event, but this year we invited anyone with environmental interests to attend.
19 July 2020
This is it our Summertime social has arrived.
28 April 2020
Boris Johnson has a track record of cherry picking facts so as to fulfill his own agenda. A public inquiry after the pandemic has subsided should be inevitable.