05 July 2019
This Saturday (6th July), Catherine Rowett MEP, will be addressing the "Streets for Life" Extinction Rebellion Action in Cambridge as she promotes alternatives to the car
26 June 2019
Our new Green MEP Catherine Rowett will be speaking about her first month in office at our Eastern Region Green Party summer conference in Cambridge on July 6th. Also on the bill will be Rupert Read, the number two on the Euro candidate list and increasingly renowned climate activist, talking about riding the Green Wave, while Suffolk County Councillor and East Suffolk District Councillor Elfrede Brambley-Crawshaw will be talking about her rapid journey into local politics "From mum to mayor".
20 June 2019
Greens use 'Clean Air Day' to highlight the pressing need for action to tackle air pollution in UK cities
20 June 2019
Green Party MEPs outline their concerns that refugees and asylum seekers are being demonised and call for more action to stop war and hardship across the world; issues which are causing people to flee their homes.
19 June 2019
Newly elected Green Party MEP, Dr Catherine Rowett, has called for any potential People's Vote on Britain's continued membership of the EU to include EU citizens living in the UK, British citizens living in Europe and also 16 and 17s.
18 June 2019
Green Party MEP, Dr Catherine Rowett has called the government's decision to press ahead with a consultation on the expansion of Heathrow Airport "utterly reprehensible"
14 June 2019
Newly elected MEP for the Eastern region, Dr Catherine Rowett has called for better treatment of animals in the farming sector across Europe
26 May 2019
In the European election results announced on Sunday night, the Green Party won its first MEP seat for Eastern region, securing 202,460 votes. Catherine Rowett becomes the region's first Green MEP.
22 May 2019
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21 May 2019
Catherine Rowett, a staunch campaigner for better public transport, has said: “Bedford has suffered from decades of under investment in public transport. Better rail and bus links are not only better for Bedford people, they are essential to help us address the climate crisis.”