Features

Green parties are experiencing unprecedented levels of success in several advanced democracies; however, in a great many others they remain only minor footnotes to national electoral contests. Zack P. Grant (University of Oxford) examines the drivers behind variation in Green party support.

EU candidate Gina Dowding explains how a vote for the Greens is a vote for change
It’s time for young people to stand up and be counted in politics, says Martin Osborne
Matthew Browne looks back on a historic night for the Green Party and ahead to a bright future
The UK has more coal than it needs, but more mines are being proposed, despite opposition
Alan Story looks back on the enduring relevance of the 1932 mass trespass at Kinder Scout in Derbyshire
“People across the South East want something different – an alternative to the mess that we are in.”
“A strong Green voice in the EU has never been more vital.”
“If we are serious about remaining, we should focus on what kind of EU we want to be in.”