The Green Party supports Leave Our Kids Alone, which is a campaigning group that wants an end to all advertising aimed at children of primary school age and younger.
A Green approach to addressing the crisis facing children and families
The Green Party is the only political party taking our children’s rights to a childhood seriously, with a long-term vision of how to protect children and families.
The Green Party has published a report on foodbanks, detailing not only why the number of people relying upon them is growing fast, but offering solutions to the problem of hunger in the east of England.
Green energy will create thousands of jobs, revive our economy and regenerate our coastal towns.
Find out about the Energy Revolution here in the East:
We have a vision for an efficient, reliable, clean and green transport system across the region.
Our plan would support local businesses, commuters, families and all travellers in the Eastern Region.
Last winter's flooding events revealed how vulnerable we are to changing climates. Greens believe that the Government is not doing enough to protect us from flooding, or to act on climate change.
Find out what you can do about it:
Eastern Region Green Party supports creating a Hate Free Norfolk. We want to stop incidents of hate experienced by people because of their race, disability, religion, gender, gender identity, age or sexual orientation or sub-culture.
Greens give full backing to this scheme from local campaigners in Haverhill and Sudbury that would reconnect those town to Cambridge by rail. Less than £50,000 is required for a feasibility study. More ...
Eastern Region Green Party is encouraging as many people as possible to object to the planning applications for a second runway at Stansted Airport - which if granted would allow the airport to expand to a size larger than Heathrow is today. More ...
KLWIN wants to help Norfolk County Council reduce its reliance on landfill without resorting to the more environmentally damaging and socially unacceptable option of incineration.
We support the democratically expressed wishes of West Norfolk’s residents who do not want an inferior solution imposed on their community. The local population would have to live with the consequences and therefore deserve a say in which solution is used. The impacts on environment, health, transport and the local economy make incineration unacceptable.