“This is the most exciting time to join the Scottish Green Party. Scotland is changing and will continue to change in dramatic ways. Hope and ambition are flourishing and so many people are imagining a new Scotland. A Scotland where we create dignity in welfare; where we protect and harness our precious natural resources for community benefit and future generations; where we cherish public services. A Scotland which reforms banking, empowers local bodies and shares wealth.
“Over the next year, in the run-up to the 2016 Scottish Parliament elections, the Scottish Greens are absolutely committed to playing a positive and empowering part in that new Scotland. With many more Green MSPs, our message can reach so many more people. That’s why I urge you to join us and help make it happen.”
Green MSP Patrick Harvie
The Scottish Green Party is Scotland’s Green Party, part of a vibrant family of Greens throughout the world: campaigning for an economy which makes lighter demands on precious resources, a society which is more just and more equal, a means of solving conflict without war, a welcoming county which is at ease with diverse cultures, and a politics which puts community power first.
We believe that these values are shared by many many people in Scotland.
That is why we are inviting you to join the Scottish Greens.
Join thousands of others in Scotland’s fastest-growing political party, with MSPs in Holyrood, a growing number of councillors and active branches pushing for change in their own communities. As a member you:
- Participate in our annual conference where the party’s policy and strategy is decided directly.
- Automatically enrol in your nearest Green branch.
- Get regular updates, news, views and analysis.
And know that you are at the cutting edge of the most dynamic movement in Scotland.
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The Scottish Green Party is part of a growing global Green movement, and is in an increasingly strong position across Scotland. With Green MSPs in Holyrood and councillors in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Stirling and Aberdeenshire, we show that Greens are making the difference locally as well as nationally.
We cannot rely on the corporate donations and large amounts of taxpayers’ money the other parties in Parliament receive. They count on million pound donations, often with strings attached, we are funded with hundreds of small monthly donations from members and supporters.