Co-Leaders: Carla Denyer & Adrian Ramsay

Carla Denyer and Adrian Ramsay

Carla Denyer 

Twitter @carla_denyer

Carla is co-leader of the Green Party of England and Wales, elected along with Adrian Ramsay in October 2021. 

She has been a Bristol City Councillor since 2015, forming a critical part of the largest Green councillor group in the UK which saw unprecedented success at the May local elections in 2021. 

In 2018 Carla proposed the first Climate Emergency declaration in Europe, committing Bristol to go carbon neutral by 2030 and starting a wave of similar declarations from councils and other organisations across the UK. 

Carla is the Green Party’s candidate for Bristol West for the next General Election.

Carla is an engineer, previously working in the renewable energy industry with a specialism in offshore and onshore wind energy.

 

Adrian Ramsay

Twitter @AdrianRamsay

Adrian is co-leader of the Green Party of England and Wales, elected along with Carla Denyer in October 2021. 

Adrian was deputy leader of the party from 2008-2012 and played an integral role in the team that saw Caroline Lucas elected as the first Green MP in Brighton Pavilion in 2010.

As a leading Councillor in Norwich from 2003-2011, Adrian oversaw unprecedented success for the local party seeing it grow rapidly to become the largest Green councillor group in the country at the time.

Adrian is the Green Party’s candidate for North Suffolk (constituency subject to boundary changes) for the next General Election.

Adrian has served as the CEO of two national environmental charities, including the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) and has worked as a senior lecturer in environmental politics and economics. He currently leads MCS Charitable Foundation which advocates for renewable energy and green homes. 

 

 


 

Email Carla & Adrian leader@greenparty.org.uk