actions : 2021 - Action Day, 8th August

14 August 2021

On 8th August Camden Green Party met to launch our new 60-second surveys to local residents in Highgate Ward. Some surveys were carried out on the doorstep and others delivered for residents to return to us. We will keep you updated with the results as they come through. A big thanks to all who took part and supported the day. We think its a great way to support Sian in responding to local concerns and needs, and enhancing our engagement with local people and issues. Contact us if you would like to be involved in future days or follow-up work.

elections : 2021

27 July 2021

Camden Greens held their vote share in the constituency elections for Camden and Barnet. Across London the campaign led to an increase in the number of Assembly members elected from 2 to 3. Sian Berry came a strong third in the Mayoral Election

Camden Green Party AGM 2020, a screen shot of the zoom meeting with 12 videos and 2 without cameras.

2020 Annual General Meeting

06 October 2020

We held our AGM online this year, on September 29. The video is available, and minutes will be posted shortly

Wilted plants at the base of a tree after glyphosate spraying - Holmdale

campaign : Camden Council - stop spraying glyphosate

22 June 2020

Retail outlets ban RoundUp, while Camden Council continues to use the weedkiller. Faced with mounting evidence of the potentially lethal properties of glyphosate, retail outlets are beginning to strip their shelves of the weedkiller. But Camden Council continues to spray RoundUp on paths and green spaces throughout the borough. Ask your local councillors why.

elections : 2019

09 June 2020

We doubled our votes in both of our parliamentary seats of Holborn & St Pancras and Hampstead & Kilburn and we came second in the Haverstock by-election. Impressive results all around, not least made possible because our lovely members stepped up and donated to our Camden Green crowdfunder or chipped in directly to the Camden Green Party.

Camden Green Party Action Day on Sunday 13 October

12 October 2019

Let's hit the ground running ahead of any People's Vote, General Election or whatever else they're going to throw at us! Starting from noon, we'll be distributing the latest issue of Green News, hot off the press! Action Day Head Quarters is again at Shona's house in Highgate and David's house in Hampstead - thanks Shona and David! So, come along, have some tea and cake and spend an hour getting the Green message out there! Ping us an email on contact@camden.greenparty.org.uk to say that you'll be swinging by and we'll tell you where to go. So to speak.

Can public transport systems facilitate re-wilding?

03 August 2019

Could Wuppertal's ancient electric railway inspire the design principles for future long distance transportation concepts?

Report from 'The Air That We Breathe' event

07 June 2019

Dee Searle introduced the evening's debate by providing a summary of Camden Greens' 2013 air pollution citizen science programme. That campaign provided some alarming results, showing that, apart from one small patch of grass in the middle of Hampstead Heath, the entire Borough of Camden exceeded the legal limits for air pollution by a long chalk.

Kirsten de Keyser for London

11 February 2019

In 2020, London will go to the polls to elect a new Mayor and members of the London Assembly. The London Green Party are now in the process of selecting their candidates for those elections. Bright Green is offering every candidate seeking selection an opportunity to tell our readers why they should be selected. One of these candidates is Kirsten de Keyser.







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