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Put Fans First

Place: 
Fir Park, Motherwell.

Kick off your 2016 activism on 2nd January - Join our team to help hand out Scottish Greens 'Put Fans First' materials at Motherwell vs Hamilton at Fir Park, Motherwell. South Lanarkshire Greens will be joining forces wit

Can we trust David Cameron on Paris?

By: 
Gordon Murray
on : 
17th Dec 2015
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16th Jan 2016

Despite a year of butchering the U.K. renewables industry and undermining energy- efficiency measures, David Cameron is still trying to fool the British public and, indeed the delegates in Paris, regarding his vow to lead the ‘Greenest Government Ever’-a phrase he used first back in May 2010 when the Coalition Government was being formed.

Selection Meeting for Hamilton North East By-Election

Place: 
TBD

There will be a selection meeting to select the candidate for the the Hamilton North East by-election.  Details of timing and venue to follow. Members who wish to be considered should read the  weekly announcement to find out how to put their name forward.

Fracking applications denounced by Greens

News date: 
7th Dec 2015

“Scottish Greens are consistently opposed to fracking. With more Green MSPs in the Scottish Parliament, we will stand up for our communities and keep the pressure on. Fracking is a distraction from a cleaner, jobs rich energy future that benefits everyone, rather than a few multinationals."

Time for deeds not words on climate change

News date: 
1st Dec 2015
Greens and RIC East Kilbride at the climate change march

By the time we picked up from Hamilton, our climate action bus (courtesy of EK Community Transport) to join in the Edinburgh march was nearly full. Members of the South Lanarkshire Greens united with like minded people from Oxfam, local churches and Radical Independence Campaign East Kilbride to send a powerful message to our leaders in Paris this week:

Put Fans First

Place: 
1.30pm Weatherspoons in Motherwell

Kick off your 2016 activism on 2nd January - Join our team to help hand out Scottish Greens 'Put Fans First' materials at Motherwell vs Hamilton at Fir Park, Motherwell. South Lanarkshire Greens will be joining forces wit

Climate Change: Why you should care

By: 
Kirsten Robb
on : 
24th Nov 2015
Bulletin item expiry date: 
25th Dec 2015

 This Saturday, ahead of UN climate change talks, we need you to join other local people marching for action on this, the biggest threat and opportunity of our time. Action on climate change matters for people in South Lanarkshire. It's time for real action - an opportunity that our leaders should grasp to safeguard the climate, tackle social justice and create thousands of new low carbon jobs here. No more warm words and the missed targets of recent years in Scotland.

Greens in Larkhall & Stonehouse: Courage needed on climate change

News date: 
23rd Nov 2015
Green stall in Lark

 South Lanarkshire Greens braved the cold in Larkhall and Stonehouse at the weekend inviting the public to join their 'Climate Bus' to a rally in Edinburgh ahead of the international talks on climate change in December.

Xmas pub night in East Kilbride

Place: 
The Village Inn, east Kilbride

A social get together in the Village Inn. 

East Kilbride and Hamilton campaigners demand action on climate change

News date: 
18th Nov 2015
A montage of people holding up posters saying why they are going to the climate

Campaigners from East Kilbride and Hamilton are joining Scotland’s Climate March in Edinburgh on Saturday 28th November to demand world leaders take action to tackle climate change and are inviting more people to join them on a low cost bus organised to and from the rally. The march is part of a weekend of global action ahead of a major United Nations climate change summit, taking place in Paris from 30 November to 11 December. Thousands of people are expected to take part in the march to urge world leaders to agree an ambitious deal in Paris to take the strong action needed to combat climate change.

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