Agreement means the Scottish Government has an overall majority at Holyrood in favour of Scottish independence.
The Greens have been in talks with the Scottish Government over a co-operation agreement since the election.
Patrick Harvie says his party would likely be willing to explore forming a coalition with the SNP but concerns remain.
Voters are growing increasingly aware of how they will use both votes in Holyrood elections, Patrick Harvie has said.
Recent opinion polls point to an increased vote share for Patrick Harvie and Lorna Slater’s party.
Party says current protections for wildlife have failed or are poorly enforced.
Green Party co-leaders to campaign near Glasgow venue hosting this November's COP26 UN climate summit.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy chaired Channel 4's debate between the leaders of Scotland's five main political parties.
Party suggests seven potential sites as part of plans that would see at least two national parks created in the next five years.
Patrick Harvie pays visit to climate striker Dylan Hamilton and says 'it's time for a green recovery to secure our future'.
Scottish Greens co-leader Patrick Harvie says he does not fear losing votes to Alex Salmond’s new Alba Party.
Patrick Harvie says changes to planning policies put forward by his party could provide a boost.
Co-leader Lorna Slater said tailbacks linked to Brexit had shown there was a need for more ways of getting to the continent.
Coronavirus pandemic recovery, Scottish independence, education and economy among the key topics covered.
The Scottish Government's 4% pay offer to NHS staff dominates first day of official election campaigning.
Scotland’s constitutional future at forefront of Holyrood campaign and set to dominate the next seven weeks before May 6.
Scottish Greens' co-leaders want a 'fair and green recovery' from the coronavirus pandemic.
Concessionary travel scheme extended and pay rise for public sector workers.
The new regulations mean that it is illegal to intentionally kill, injure or take mountain hares without a licence.
Some groups have described the Covert Human Intelligence Sources Bill as a 'licence to kill'.