‘The case for independence needs to be inclusive’: Patrick Harvie talks indyref2, the Climate Bill and Amazon fires at the Fringe
The Scottish Green co-leader discussed the future of the party, the economics underpinning the climate emergency, and the responsibility of detailing how independence can change Scotland
‘Unethical, unsustainable and makes no financial sense’: Edinburgh Sick Kids scandal shows time’s up for private financing, argue Greens
Massive cost of Edinburgh’s Royal Hospital for Children and Young People demonstrates the failure of the private finance infrastructure model, says Scottish Green co-leader Patrick Harvie
'It's not democracy if it's not representative': New Scottish Greens co-leader Lorna Slater says party will become more diverse under her leadership
New co-leaders launch campaign to get more women and non-binary people elected, while the eco-socialist Green Futures Group sweeps the board
From rhetoric to reality: How do we make a Scottish Green Deal happen?
Sean Bell speaks to Mark Ruskell from the Scottish Greens and Craig Dalzell from the Common Weal about what needs to happen for a Green New Deal for Scotland to go from rhetoric to reality
A LITTLE over a month ago, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stood before the STUC conference in Dundee and announced her commitment to a “Scottish green deal”, vowing to deliver a carbon-neutral society that would encompass every community in Scotland.