It’s now or never to make our voices heard, says Green Co-leader
Three anti-fracking protesters have had their jail sentences quashed by the court of appeal
74 parliamentarians have called for confirmation that action is being taken against Vote Leave for overspending during the EU referendum
Protests continue as Cuadrilla restarts its operations at Preston New Road after seven years
Richard Shepherdson looks at how changing the layout of the House of Commons could improve the nature of political debate
Green councillor Gina Dowding asks whether fracking convictions are an assault on democracy
A Green Party councillor in Kent is leading a trial of Norwegian technology designed to reduce social isolation

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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.

Climate Change

“After positioning himself as the champion of environmentalism, it is deeply disappointing that Michael Gove could not be bothered to show up.” Michael Gove has missed yet another meeting of the EU Environment Council, where many of his counterparts across Europe met this week to discuss CO2 emissions.

Global temperature rises must be limited to no more than 1.5°C, says the IPCC
Experts have warned that global temperatures are fast approaching the 1.5 degree warming limit
Dr Rupert Read looks back on his refusal to debate a climate denier
With Europe melting in this summer's extraordinary heat, how should we prepare for future heatwaves?
Features
Molly Scott Cato MEP discusses the vision of a future focused on wellbeing over growth
Natalie Bennett explores the UK’s action on plastics and what still needs to be done
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?
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

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