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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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Updated Paris Pledges Leave World on Track for Climate Catastrophe

Commenting on a report published today by the UN analysing countries updated pledges to tackle the climate crisis under the Paris Agreement, Friends of the Earth Scotland Head of Campaigns Mary Church said: “The UN’s assessment of updated global commitments to tackle the climate emergency is a wake up call to anyone

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Air Pollution

Traffic stats show transport challenge

Responding to the Scottish Transport Statistics published, Friends of the Earth Scotland’s Air Pollution Campaigner Gavin Thomson said: “The new statistics show that in the year running up to the pandemic road traffic increased to record levels, with car-kilometres up 1% on the year before, while bus journeys decreased by ov

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Revealed: Scottish Council Pensions invest £1.2billion in fossil fuel polluters

Campaigners are calling for Scottish Council Pension Funds to end their huge investments in climate-wrecking fossil fuel companies.

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10th November 2020, 7:00 pm

Taking on Ineos: Lessons from Mossmorran

Online meeting via Zoom

Friends of the Earth Falkirk will be joined by an organiser from the Mossmorran Action Group - a resident led group that has built massive community resistance to the Mossmorran petrochemical plant in Fife. We will discuss the steps MAG took to get where there are now and what might be possible to do to build a similar campaign against INEOS.

Everyone welcome, but particularly residents in Falkirk and Grangemouth.
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