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Climate change poses an existential threat to mankind, but it is the poorest on this planet that will disproportionately bear the brunt of the consequences of the climate crisis. Despite this, why does it appear to be so difficult for Green parties and environmental NGOs to connect with working class communities? Green World explores this question with four Green activists and academics.

Green Party Deputy Leader Amelia Womack looks back on what she learnt from former Newport West MP Paul Flynn
A longer extension to Article 50 could allow a Remain majority to form, says Molly Scott Cato
Green MEP Molly Scott Cato explains why the Brexit compromise ‘Norway model’ would leave the UK a rule-taker not a rule-maker.
Campaigners in Sheffield are calling for an inquiry into the council’s tree-felling programme
Green World speaks to Bryony Edwards, one of the campaigners behind the world’s first Climate Emergency Declaration
Amelia Womack: We need new ideas for a broken political system
18-year-old Rosie Mills on getting a Climate Emergency motion debated in Lancaster
We need to demand healthy, fresh and local food for everyone, says Natalie Bennett