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Wales Green Party launches campaign for Alyn and Deeside Welsh Assembly by-election

21 January 2018

Wales Green Party's campaign for the upcoming Welsh Assembly by-election at Alyn and Deeside was launched on Friday evening (19th January). Due to the tight schedule of the by-election, the launch was held for members and supporters of the party only.

Wales Green Party councillor working to make Powys a ‘major plastic reducer’

17 January 2018

Emily Durrant, Wales Green Party’s County Councillor and a member of the Plaid-Cymru Green Group in Llangorse, Powys, is challenging her own Council to ditch single-use plastic within the local authority’s premises and in the local community.

Duncan Rees announced as the Wales Green Party candidate for Welsh assembly Alyn & Deeside by-election

05 January 2018

Duncan Rees has been nominated as the Wales Green Party candidate to stand in the upcoming Welsh Assembly by-election in Alyn & Deeside.

Wales Green Party responds to the news that cities in Wales suffer from dangerously polluted air

31 October 2017

The World Health Organisation has warned that dozens of British cities, including Cardiff and Newport in Wales, suffer from dangerously polluted air.

Green Party’s Growing Delight!

30 October 2017

News from Radnor Green Party

Grenville Ham, leader of the Wales Green Party speaks at the Green Party conference in Harrogate

09 October 2017

Read Grenville’s speech at the conference in full.

Carbon Accounting is not Enough

04 October 2017

“With new studies showing that rainforests are now so stressed that they have become net carbon emitters, the window for cutting carbon consumption is closing more quickly than we thought. It is therefore absolutely vital that the Welsh Government not only debates measures to cut carbon, but quickly puts in place measures which will see a quantifiable reduction in the shortest possible time.”

Wales Green Party responds to Hurricane Harvey

29 August 2017

“We have known events like Huston would happen for years, and the water there is still rising. Only the Green Parties of the world cared, protested, lobbied, marched. What happens next is very important. Whilst they clear up Harvey, we should be clearing out bad planning decisions. Building on flood plains should never be an option.”

Wales Green Party Welcomes Wales' First Gender Identity Clinic in Cardiff

25 August 2017

The Wales Green Party welcome the news that a Gender Identity Clinic is set to open in Cardiff. Currently Welsh trans people have to travel up to five hours to get to the nearest Gender Identity Clinic in London.

Gwent Green Party responds to the plans to tackle air pollution in Hafodyrynys

25 August 2017

BBC Wales reported on 22nd August that homes could be demolished or a bypass built under plans to improve air quality in an area with one of the UK's highest pollution levels in Caerphilly. Air pollution in Hafodyrynys is higher than anywhere but central London.

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