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Building a
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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Tackling single use plastic is good news for the climate

Scottish Government plans are a positive step towards addressing the problem of plastic pollution at its source.

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Air Pollution

Aberdeen has a chance for clean air and a better city, say campaigners

The proposals from Aberdeen City Council for a Low Emission Zone have been welcomed by campaigners, who say they have the potential to transform the city’s air pollution problems. The Council is consulting on different options for a Low Emission Zone, which restricts the most polluting vehicles to protect health. Zones are als

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Just Transition

81% of Offshore Oil and Gas Workers Open to Leaving the Industry

Governments are urged to consult with oil and gas workers in the UK’s transition to renewable energy.

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13th October 2020, 7:30 pm

Scotland’s Finance Sector: Friend or Foe in the Climate Fight?

Banks are still invested in fossil fuels even as they increase their support for renewables. So what role do they have in tackling climate change? Are they a potential ally to climate campaigners, or a foe impeding big change? Online event with Andrew Cave, Bailie Gifford, Ernst-Jan Kuiper, BankTrack and Dr Gemma Bone, author of Banking for the Common Good.
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04th November 2020, 12:00 am

Virtual Lobby for Just and Green Recovery

Meet your MSP in an online meeting together with others in your area, and let them know what your priorities are for building back better after coronavirus.
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