Sian Berry lives in Kentish Town and was previously a principal speaker and campaigns co-ordinator for the Green Party. She was also their London mayoral candidate in 2008. She works as a writer and is a founder of the Alliance Against Urban 4x4s

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Environment
25 January 2010
Moving house last year brought my personal "gadget footprint" into focus in a very uncomfortable way.It...
Politics
14 July 2008
Yes, I know I promised to file a blog on eco-towns a fortnight ago. However, I have to confess I was tempted into...
UK Politics
19 June 2008
My favourite word today is ‘emblazoned’. That’s what adverts for cars will have to be from now on - emblazoned with...
Politics
10 June 2008
After all the election excitement, I’ve been enjoying some glorious (if skint) ‘resting’ time over the past few weeks,...
Environment
09 May 2008
So, the election in London is over, we’ve lost a great Mayor, gained an uncertain future and kept our two Green...
Politics
01 May 2008
Why me? Well, quite simply because a Green Mayor would be the best thing that ever happened to London. You can tell...
UK Politics
07 April 2008
Okay, I’m going to be painfully honest and admit I have a very slim chance of becoming Mayor of London after the...
Environment
28 March 2008
The Guardian scored a bit of a coup this week, with three candidates for Mayor – including me - getting out their...
UK Politics
19 March 2008
Today I announced my recommendation for a "Sian 1, Ken 2" vote for Mayor of London this year, and here I want to...
Politics
04 March 2008
Last Monday I helped to launch the Fair Pay Network, a new coalition of anti-poverty and workers’ rights campaigners,...
Environment
22 February 2008
It was always going to cause a stir. The new emissions-based Congestion Charge (the 'CO2 Charge') was confirmed by Ken...
Environment
18 February 2008
Conference in Reading is remarkably quiet compared with recent Green Party get-togethers, or perhaps it just seems that...
Environment
11 February 2008
It’s Sunday and I’ve just been through Camden Town, on my way back home to Kentish Town from the Chinese New Year...
Environment
28 January 2008
One of my earliest impressions of London was of a place packed full of high streets. I formed this impression was while...
Environment
21 January 2008
It’s amazing how slowly things happen sometimes. This week I visited Pli Design, one of a growing number of green...

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