Bingley Ward Green Party

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Bingley Ward Green Party have been campaigning on a number of big issues around Bingley.

We have one town councillor, Rachael Drucquer who represents the Crossflatts and Micklethwaite Ward.

If you have any issues that you want Rachael to look into, please get in touch:

Tel: 07708 507679

Email: rachael.drucquer@bingleytowncouncil.gov.uk

Twitter: @RachaelDrucquer

Bingley Ward Team

Latest Bingley Ward News

Government’s railway plans are not “levelling up”, say Greens

18th November 2021 | 0 Comments

Greens say the Government’s announcements on rail for the North and Midlands demonstrate a lack of strategic planning on public transport. In response to the cancellation of the eastern leg of HS2 from Birmingham to Leeds, Green Party co-leader Carla Denyer said, “The Green Party has opposed the expensive HS2 project, while calling for investment […]

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Green councillors demand action from mayor and councils on climate change

9th August 2021 | 0 Comments

The report by the International Panel on Climate Change, the world’s leading authority on climate science, warned that “Climate change is already affecting every region on Earth, in multiple ways. [IPCC Press Release]“ The report also states that temperatures have now risen by about 1.1oC since the period 1850 to 1900, but stabilising the climate […]

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Councillor calls for West Yorkshire Pension Fund to drop “dirty” investments before global climate summit

26th July 2021 | 0 Comments

Councillor Kevin Warnes (Green, Shipley Ward) has written to the Bradford District Councillors who sit on the West Yorkshire Pension Fund Joint Advisory Group, asking them to review the Fund’s investments in fossil fuel linked industries. According to UK Divest, the West Yorkshire Pension Fund is valued at around £13.2 billion, with around £504 million […]

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