A ‘milestone’ election has seen seen Rwanda’s only opposition party gain two seats
The High Court has said that the Electoral Commission ‘misinterpreted’ laws around referendum campaign spending
The Environment Secretary has come under fire for appearing to row back on previous commitments
Dr Rupert Read looks back on his refusal to debate a climate denier
Campaigners have welcomed the news of a review into whether misogyny should be made a hate crime
After a decade of disagreement, Europa oil firm pulls out of Surrey drill exploration
More than 100 campaigners are set to highlight fracking democracy issues in Westminster

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GPEW Internal Elections

Fresh from their election as Green Party Co-leaders with 74 per cent of the vote, Jonathan Bartley and Sian Berry speak to Green World as they look back on the election process and lay out their ambitions for the Green Party over the next two years.

100th issue

Since its inception 25 years ago, Green World has covered all aspects of Green Party life. Three former editors, in the hot seat for a combined 16 years, give their thoughts on Green World reaching this landmark

An introduction to the history of the Green Party
Caroline Lucas looks at how the party has adapted its message
Attracting the young Green members of the future
Chris Williams looks back on a successful campaign for the Greens
Features
Molly Scott Cato MEP looks at the implications of skirmishes between British and French fishermen
As automation in health marches forwards, what are the implications for healthcare workers and stakeholders?
The director of women’s charity Self Injury Support discusses the rising rates of self-harm among teenage girls
Molly Scott Cato asks how the European financial system can aid the transition to a more sustainable world
Climate Change

As Europe continues to suffer in the extraordinary high temperatures that has washed over the continent this summer, not everyone has the luxury of being able to turn on the air conditioning to escape the stifling heat. Clémence Hutin, Climate Justice Campaigner, Friends of the Earth Europe, looks at the issue of ‘summer energy poverty’ and what needs to be done to prepare for a hotter future.

2017 was the UK’s fifth warmest year on record, evidence of a continued upwards trend
Several West London councils are taking legal action against the third runway plans
Caroline Lucas urges the government to clean up its act on renewable energy
Rupert Read issues a warning against too much climate optimism

Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed – Mahatma Gandhi