This is written in the form of a wiki easily allowing any member to edit and create pages. There is much that could be improved in our world and environment, by reacting properly to the opportunities offered by Brexit.
The Green Party of England and Wales has a Europe (sic) policy which is clearly sceptical of many of the features of the EU. You can find this at https://policy.greenparty.org.uk/eu.html ; The one key advantage the Party sees of the EU is the 'right' to freedom of movement. The Green Party's migration policy is at https://policy.greenparty.org.uk/mg.html ; More tactical policy has been highly supportive of the EU. The party conference and leadership is currently so keen to support British membership of the EU that it is willing to contemplate a compromise of the party's independence with the idea of a 'Progressive Alliance'. This would see Greens standing down in favour of Labour and Lib Dem candidates that were willing to vote in the Commons against Brexit.
Greenleaves exists to offer a Green and Left alternative view which is representative of the sizeable minorities of Green and left supporters who voted to leave in the 2016 referendum. We try to offer leadership in this difficult time. We stand against the sectarianism that has driven some from this movement for their support for Leave.
Creating new pages is easy - just add a link on an existing page and the new page is automatically created. Members can attach files and insert maps and pictures to pages making it a good way to share information with the group's committee or members.
It doesn't matter if you link to a page that doesn't exist yet, you will be prompted to create it when you follow the link. Links to pages that don't yet exist appear in red so you can easily find them.
Another way to create a page is just to type the address of a new page into the address bar – you can use any page address that starts http://groupspaces.com/GreenLeaves2/wiki/. You can then link to pages you've created from other pages by using double square brackets as described above.