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Greens call on Mayor to build back better with new post-lockdown safe-to-cycle roads

29 May 2020

No Mow May and Liverpool City Council

18 May 2020

Plantlife have been celebrating the appearance of wild flowers on our road side verges during the lockdown, and are campaigning to have our green areas managed to allow nature to flourish. (e.g. see https://www.plantlife.org.uk/uk/blog/wildflowers-on-road-verges-an- uplifting-sight-during-the-coronavirus-lockdown) With bitter irony, Liverpool City Council have chosen No Mow May to re-instate their 15 day mowing cycle across the city, wiping out flowers that are beautiful in themselves, and which provide vital support for insects, which we ultimately depend on ourselves. If you have walked outside in the lockdown and experienced the calm and pleasure heathy, growing green spaces give us, please read

Lack of protective equipment for NHS staff.

12 April 2020

Call to name any new Liverpool hospital after Mary Seacole or Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

08 April 2020

Liverpool Green Party call for any new hospital in Liverpool to be named after Mary Seacole or Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

$47M Liverpool Transport Plan - Green Party Response

16 December 2019

Green Party Councillor Tom Crone's response to the Liverpool Cirty Council's £47M LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT PLAN TO ENTER NEW PHASE Press Release

Council's Regeneration & Highways Committee

08 November 2019

Green Party's attempts to improve the Council's plans

Green Party Motion to Save Buses

02 October 2019

Green Party opposes Council plan to reduce bus services

South Liverpool Road Plan

13 September 2019

Details on the latest proposals from the Council

Products from deforested Amazon

02 September 2019

Green MEPs press UK supermarkets to give customers information on products from deforested Amazon

Caroline Lucas writes to Boris Johnson

28 August 2019

The text of the letter

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