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Greenwich and Bexley Green Party select candidates for General Election

Greenwich and Bexley Green Party have selected their candidates for the expected snap General Election.  Residents across Greenwich and Bexley will have the opportunity to say yes to Europe and no to climate chaos, by voting for the following candidates: Bexleyheath and Crayford: Tony Ball Tony has lived in Bexley all his life and worked for […]

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New film showcases London’s air pollution crisis

Thirty people gathered at Greenwich Picturehouse on Sunday 22nd September to watch a premiére screening of Dirty: The Fight for Clean Air, a new short film from local filmmaker Mary Waireri. The film explores the development of cross-party Stop the Silvertown Tunnel Coalition (co-ordinated by Greenwich and Bexley Green Party Campaigns Officer Victoria Rance) in […]

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Congestion reduction options remain untested as Mayor reiterates support for Silvertown Tunnel

Greenwich and Bexley Green Party representatives joined demonstrators from the No to Silvertown Tunnel Coalition, East Greenwich Residents’ Association (EGRA), Extinction Rebellion Greenwich (XR Greenwich) and local schoolchildren at City Hall on Wednesday, 19th June to protest the imminent award of a contract for constructing a new road tunnel from Silvertown to East Greenwich. How […]

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Greenwich Council declares climate emergency

This week has seen another environmental victory as Greenwich Council has decided to declare a climate emergency. Our co-ordinator, Caolán Byrne, requested that a climate emergency be declared at the February 2019 council meeting and this was met at the time with a blank refusal as the Labour administration argued that the existing strategy was […]

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New Threat To Greenwich Wildlife – Greens Call For Urgent Environmental Assessment

Plans to dredge part of the Thames off Greenwich Peninsula could harm precious wildlife habitats. The owners of the Intercontinental Hotel by the O2 have submitted an application to Greenwich Council to extend the pier that lies adjacent to the Hotel. The pier, known as the Ordinance Wharf pier, is currently disused and the submitted plans seek […]

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