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Newcastle Green Party gives health crisis warning over city’s worsening air pollution

18 October 2018

Air pollution in Newcastle continues to exceed legal limits despite Air Quality Management Areas being set up by the City Council over ten years ago.

Green Party calls for Newcastle to act urgently on climate change challenge in light of major IPCC report

08 October 2018

The Green Party are calling on Newcastle City Council to step up its action to ensure that Newcastle does its part to avoid the dangerous and unpredictable effects of climate change. The report by the global scientific community shows that time is running out and that drastic action must be taken in the next decade to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.

‘Masterplan’ for larger Newcastle Airport would cause more harm than good

13 September 2018

The Newcastle Green Party has highlighted the serious threats posed to climate targets and to public health in response to Newcastle International Airport’s vision for future expansion.

Green Party Deputy to Hear Tyneside Tree Woes

23 July 2018

The Green Party’s Deputy Leader will be in the North East to witness how Newcastle became the ‘tree-felling capital of the UK.’

Time to make a big difference

26 March 2018

Andrew Gray is passionate about Heaton and loves this area. He has lived here since 2000 and works hard for residents all year round. He is delighted to be joined by local residents Chris Parker and Louise Wilson at this year's elections in May.

Listening to residents

20 March 2018

Thank you to all those who have spoken with us on the doorstep in recent months, about your priorities for action locally

Time to reinstate the NHS

15 March 2018

We need to end the internal market within the NHS, not tinker with it

Caroline Lucas MP in Heaton

15 March 2018

On Saturday 17 March, Green Party MP Caroline Lucas is visiting Heaton to lead a discussion on plastic waste

Newcastle Greens respond to the Council's "business as usual " budget

28 January 2018

Newcastle Greens responded to the Council's recent council budget consultation, challenging the reliance on conventional economic growth to deliver services for the city. Our response sets out what 'prosperity without growth' would look like for the city's budget: more redistribution and sharing, local investment in neighbourhood economies, reducing our environmental impacts.

Greens talk with residents about latest city budget proposals

06 December 2017

One of our guiding principles is think globally, act locally and in our latest Heaton Greens newsletter the emphasis is on the local in our response to the council's budget proposals for next year. Andrew Gray, long standing Green Party activist in Heaton and other Greens, will be out and about this weekend (9th and 10th December) listening and talking to Heaton residents about their concerns and views on the budget.







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