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Two polar bears – and their marathon run for the environment

Ruth and Ella took on the Brighton Marathon dressed as stranded polar bears surrounded by melting ice caps, all made from face masks!

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How to minimise your risk from air pollution

10 top tips to help protect yourself and your family from harmful pollution

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Report exposes high cost, low efficiency of hydrogen

Our recent hydrogen report exposes this high cost, low efficiency technology that threatens renewable energy supplies

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Young people, climate justice and workers’ rights

Reflections on an event bringing together young climate activists and trade unionists to learn from one another and think about how we can better work together.

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Richard Dixon steps down after decade at helm

Richard Dixon leaves Friends of the Earth Scotland as Director after one of the most successful in the organisation’s 40+ years history.

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5 ways to take climate action after COP26

We can keep up the momentum and keep building a beautiful and powerful movement to create a better world.

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Fossil fuels escape action in Glasgow COP-out

Big polluters will be happy with the outcomes of COP26.

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#StopCambo campaign gathers momentum and support

Public and political support for stopping a climate-wrecking oil field is building.

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88% of Scottish adults concerned about plastic pollution

New polling has shown very high levels of concern among Scottish adults about plastic pollution, with 60% actively trying to do more to reduce the amount they use. However, 40% have had a reusable container refused in the last year, making it harder to take action.

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