While the paper aims to tackle associated stigma and empower tenants, charities condemn the ‘lack of concrete plans’ to build more affordable homes
Approaches and attitudes to social care must be rethought to provide a decent standard of living
With Europe melting in this summer's extraordinary heat, how should we prepare for future heatwaves?
Cleaners in West London are walking out over low pay and inferior status
Applications to build houses on the Green Belt have reached a record 460,000 as of June 2018
‘The Brexit Syndicate’ website shines a light on the organisations working to turn Brexit to their advantage
This year, 1 August marks the day where humanity has consumed all the resources that the Earth can replenish in a year

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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 examines the current state of Brexit through the lens of a European politician
Steven Agnew of the NI Greens examines the effect of Brexit uncertainty on Northern Ireland
Caroline Russell urges the government to come out from behind its smokescreen on emissions
Caroline Lucas urges the government to clean up its act on renewable energy
Health

The UK has begun to open up about its mental health problems – one in four of us will experience a mental health problem each year – but does the way we treat mental health need updating? Prof. Peter Kinderman, Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool, makes the case that our understanding of mental health issues and the way we treat them must move away from pathologising the issue to seeing it as a response to social and environmental factors

Shining a light on male suicide and the silent victims of patriarchy
Can the NHS cope with another winter crisis?
The UK's relationship with Donald Trump's US administration could put the NHS at even greater risk
Current government plans are not workable

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