Green Party of England and Wales
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| Green Party of England and Wales |
|Headquarters||The Biscuit Factory, Unit 201 A Block, 100 Clements Road, London, SE16 4DG Plaid Cymru Wales Green Party Welsh Conservative Party Welsh Labour Welsh Liberal Democrats|
|Leader||Leader 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.
|Jonathan Bartley||16 October 1971|
|Tim Beaumont||22 November 1928||8 April 2008||British politician and an Anglican priest. Bullingdon Club. Transgender and euthanasia activist. Epstein's black book.|
|Sian Berry||9 July 1974||Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales from 2018 to 2021|
|Caroline Lucas||9 December 1960||Green Party MP for Brighton Pavilion|
|Jonathon Porrit||6 July 1950||UK 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)|
- ↑ Letter to the Guardian, quoted at https://climateandcapitalism.com/2008/03/02/too-many-people-population-control-and-climate-change/