This time last year, local Crookes and Crosspool Councillor Craig Gamble Pugh was asked to create a strategy to make Sheffield a 'Green City'.
The plan was approved in March 2018.
“ I'm in the Labour party because I want social justice: a society which works for everyone,' says Craig. “I don’t believe we can achieve social justice without also achieving environmental justice”
'' I know people in Crookes and Crosspool care passionately about the environment, and I have set out a series of priorities for Sheffield which I think will really excite people: more green energy, cleaner air, becoming carbon-free by 2050.”
Local people are being urged to support Craig’s work by re-electing him in May:
Image: Craig Gamble Pugh has been the lead Councillor developing 'Green City', a strategy which aims to eliminate carbon fuel by 2050
“In Crookes and Crosspool, council elections are a two horse race between Labour and Lib Dems. I know that many of my constituents appreciate having a councilor committed to both people and planet, social and enviromental justice, so I’m asking them to consider voting to re-elect me in May’s elections, so I can continue this beneficial work on environmental policy”.