14 March 2017
Schools in Wales could soon face business rate bills totaling more than £200,000 a year under a tax hike for properties with solar panels, research by the Green Party has found.
06 March 2017
“It will be an immense privilege to lead the party into the Council elections in May. My priority will be to support all of the hardworking Wales Green Party candidates who offer their communities the chance to vote for fresh ideas and a positive future.
03 March 2017
Wales Green Party recruit more candidates than ever in the build-up to the May 2017 Council Elections. Pippa Pemberton and David Gillam have been appointed to two new posts as National Coordinators to respond to the growing support across Wales.
27 February 2017
“With declining trip numbers on the current M4, and no numbers included on the impact of the SE Wales Metro, there is absolutely no logical reason to go ahead with this environmentally damaging build. The Commissioner for Future Generations has come out against this wasteful idea, as have all environmental organisations. It’s time we looked to a pollution free future and built a sensible light rail and tram network fit for the 21st century.”
24 February 2017
This month Wales Green Party and Welsh Green Pride have been celebrating LGBTIQA+ History Month, reflecting on past successes and further pushing for LGBTIQA+ equality by looking to what needs be done in the future.
09 February 2017
Zero carbon houses make more energy than they can use, and that means rip-off fuel bills will be so last century. It’s good that the Welsh Government is finally getting on board with the drive to cut emissions and make the running costs of new homes truly affordable, but they must stand up to the construction lobby which is particularly change resistant.
27 January 2017
Wales Green Party supports call for closure of Aberthaw and transition to local Green jobs in open letter to Theresa May and Carwyn Jones
24 January 2017
Wales Green Party responds to Carwyn Jones’ and Leanne Wood’s Brexit plan.
23 January 2017
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is reshaping its waste and resources policy and is likely to shift responsibility for packaging waste to the product manufacturers.