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Fossil Free Scotland

Our vision is of a world where everyone can enjoy a healthy environment
and a fair share of the earth's resources

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Our Mission

We want a world where everyone can enjoy a healthy environment and a fair share of the Earth’s resources. Climate change is the greatest threat to this aim, that’s why we’re campaigning for a just transition to a 100% renewable, nuclear-free, zero-fossil-fuel Scotland

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UK has increased oil reserves since declaring climate emergency, say new report

Since declaring a climate emergency in 2019, the UK’s developed oil and gas reserves have increased by 800 million barrels of oil and gas. UK law and Scottish Government policy requires every last drop to be drilled from the North Sea, which would triple UK emissions from oil and gas. A managed phase-out from North...

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Outrage as free transport announced for COP delegates but nothing for Glasgow residents

Environmental campaigners have reacted angrily to the news that delegates to the UN climate talks in Glasgow will receive free public transport while they’re in the city, while no such offer will be available to any Glasgow residents.  COP26, the UN climate talks, will take place in Glasgow on November 1st-12th. Delegates to

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Campaigners urge Highland Council to move faster in reducing investments causing climate crisis

Highland Council has endorsed a plan that it claims will reduce the investments of its pension fund that are contributing to climate change, but campaigners are urging it to move faster. The motion agreed to bring investments of its pension fund in line with the Paris Agreement by reducing the greenhouse gas intensity of its...

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15th August 2021, 12:00 pm

Live Reading of the new IPCC Climate Report

Outside the Scottish Parliament

Join 1.5C live for a full reading of the summary of the IPCC report.

An opportunity to listen, to ask questions, to bear witness, to organise, to come together as a community to share the grief and the anger with us, and to get busy in our collective response.

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