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Statement to voters
Nothing matters more than the future of our planet and our guardianship of it for our children. I have been active in campaigning on climate breakdown, focusing on phasing out car use with a push towards walking cycling, public transport and clean energy, and protection of our local wildlife. As a Green I commit to do everything I can to ensure that local and national governments enact the policies necessary to hold global heating below 1.5 °C, and to prevent mass extinction.
I am leading the fight to protect our children against the toxic Silvertown Tunnel, and supported the campaign against London City Airport expansion. I am a strong advocate of the People’s Vote and remaining in the EU.
An artist and teacher and I have brought up three children in Greenwich where I have lived since 1992. I have taught art and ESOL in community education in Lewisham and Greenwich since 1993, and before that in Tower Hamlets. I am the founder and coordinator of the Stop the Silvertown Tunnel Coalition. I have campaigned for an ecology officer in Greenwich and Woolwich and was an active participant in the successful No Toxic Cruise Terminal Campaign.
This statement was added by Victoria Rance, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.
This candidate has previously stood for election in:
- 2019: The UK Parliament elections, as the Green Party candidate for the Greenwich and Woolwich
- 2018: The Greenwich local election, as the Green Party candidate for the Blackheath Westcombe
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