Disappointing to see bias in the latest newsletter ( see
http://www.greenerjobsalliance.co.uk/news/), towards Labour Green New Deal and not a comparison to how it compares with the Green New Deal
Normally I tweet the link to the Green Jobs Alliance, but won't be this time as I am disappointed that there is a clear bias towards the Labour Party policies relating to the environment, and you have not set out the Green Party's commitments to the environment alongside this.
I am surprised that you didn't see fit to present a more balanced view by comparing Labour's Green commitments with those of the Green Party.
Especially as the Labour Party are not showing their commitment to becoming Green through recent actions in Parliament:
119 Labour MP's voted to expand Heathrow Airport with a 3rd runway.
Labour Shadow Cabinet members have backed Nuclear - Sepember 2019
& a new coal mine in April 2019
Also Labour in their manifesto have not committed to zero carbon by 2030 and are not putting in enough funded infrastructure, compared to the Green Party's commitment of spending Overall.
The green party propose investing around £93 billion per year in our Green New Deal, with a further £80or so billion being spend on Universal Basic Income which will form part of the New Deal (empowering people to seize the opportunities created by the new green economy)
This combined Green New Deal investment, over ten years, will represent an investment of nearly £2 trillion in fighting the climate emergency.
So perhaps in order for people to understand the differences between these two Green Deals and not have one presented as being the solution - i.e. Labour's green new deal you should have given a more objective summary and outline of both parties' commitments to the environment in full!
Andrea Carey Fuller
Green Party Candidate for Lewisham Deptford