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Natalie Bennett is the leader of the Green Party

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The three speakers' stands are prepared for the first televised general election debate between Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg

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Natalie Bennett, the leader of the Green Party

#GreenSurge: Did you know that the Green Party is growing rapidly? Let me tell you why

It's not just our environmental policies that has led to a surge in our support

The amount of nitrogen stored in the soil as a result of soaring emissions from agriculture, power stations and cars is now so great it has reached critical levels

The healing of the ozone layer is vindication for all climate change activists

The news is cheering, but so much more still needs to be done

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We cannot insulate ourselves from the suffering of others, or the diseases they suffer

The evidence for climate change can be found in natural systems, such as polar ice and coral reefs

IPCC report: The three largest parties in the UK have consistently failed to respond to the science. Our future demands more

Since 2010, where we haven’t seen inaction, we’ve seen wrong action

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Osborne's simply returns us to a worse model of 2006

What Cameron must do to sort out the flooding mess

Dredging is no silver bullet. We need much more than that

It's not the 'skipping' three who should be questioned, it's the wasteful supermarkets

In a world where nearly a billion people go hungry, this model cannot continue

Fire stations close across London: Destroying public resources crushes the heart of communities

By extending response times to many areas with these closures, we're sentencing more and more people to suffering an agonising wait for help to turn up

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Too many let electoral tactics influence their decision in the polling booth

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