Glasgow, UK. 23 November 2019.
Pictured: Patrick Harvie MSP - Co Leader of the Scottish Green Party.
Scottish Greens co-leader Patrick Harvie will join environment spokesperson Mark Ruskell MSP and Scottish Greens candidate for Stirling Bryan Quinn to repair some bicycles.
The Scottish Greens will reveal plans to realign city and region deals behind efforts to tackle the climate emergency, instead of the current focus on road building.
The controversial Viewforth Link Road project, which will run through a conservation area, has been approved by Stirling’s SNP/Labour coalition.
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