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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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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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Hunterston B nuclear reactor to restart

Restarting Hunterston B nuclear reactor is not worth the risk, with renewables having a record-breaking year.

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UN Climate Conference brings scrutiny to Scotland

Glasgow is announced as the location for UN climate conference in 2020.

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Reaction to UN Report on land and climate change

UN report shows we must manage land more sustainably, cut meat production and avoid large scale bioenergy.

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SeaChange report shows how we can protect climate and create jobs

New research shows UK oil and gas drilling plans will breach climate commitments. But a just transition to clean energy will create three times as many jobs.

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25th June 2019, 6:30 pm

Webinar: False Climate Solutions


This webinar will discuss some of the problems of relying on unproven technology to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to tackle climate change. This includes the impacts on people and the planet of the large scale deployment of BioEnergy with Carbon Capture and storage. We will also consider what real solutions look like.

Join via the free online meeting platform Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/775725098
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27th September 2019, 7:30 pm

Anthropocene: Take One Action Film Festival

CCA, 350 Sauciehall Street, Glasgow

Spanning numerous countries, Anthropocene lays bare the gashes, wounds and irreparable marks of industrialisation and extraction, revealing how our mania for conquest defines our relationship to the Earth — and how we have created a global epidemic.

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