Green Party of England and Wales

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Group.png Green Party of England and Wales  
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FormationJuly 1990
HeadquartersThe Biscuit Factory, Unit 201 A Block, 100 Clements Road, London, SE16 4DG
LeaderLeader of the Green Party of England and Wales

The Green Party of England and Wales is a main political party in the UK.

Caroline Lucas, Green Party MEP wrote on population reduction:


We are the only major political party to have a detailed policy position on population, which includes non-coercive measures to ensure global population reflects the Earth’s sustainable carrying capacity in the long term: boosting sex education, increasing the availability of contraceptives, promoting poverty reduction and female empowerment.[1]

People


 

Party Members

PoliticianBornDiedDescription
Jonathan Bartley16 October 1971
Tim Beaumont22 November 19288 April 2008British politician and an Anglican priest. Bullingdon Club. Transgender and euthanasia activist. Epstein's black book.
Sian Berry9 July 1974Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales from 2018 to 2021
Jo BirdLiverpool councillor who was expelled from the Labour Party becomes Green Party candidate
Caroline Lucas9 December 1960Green Party MP for Brighton Pavilion
Jonathon Porrit6 July 1950UK environmentalist and population reduction activist who wants to halve the population. Attended the 1999 Bilderberg meeting, and in 2000 was appointed Chair of Tony Blair's Sustainable Development Commission (SDC)
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