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Political rhetoric on climate change is improving, but political action is lagging behind

The Scottish Government declared a Climate Emergency but failed to seriously increase action in the next decade.

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Solidarity with frontline communities at the BP AGM

Oil giants BP held their global AGM in Aberdeen, so we went along with indigenous and climate activists to call time on their harmful activities.

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Scotland is now set to aim for net-zero climate emissions by 2045, but will that tackle the climate emergency?

The net-zero climate target is an important signal that everything needs to change, but we must act to reduce emissions by 2030.

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Support for youth climate strikes must mean real action, not more empty words

Adults need to use their positions to make the changes the climate strikers demand.

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People power shines as UN climate talks fail to deliver

People have the solutions to the climate crisis, but polluters and politicians want to slow down the pace of action.

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Actions speak louder than words on climate change

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was at the UN climate talks (COP24) in Poland but her actions do not live up to her words.

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Trump’s hot air should not distract from California wildfire’s true cause: climate change

As wildfires claim lives and destroy homes in California, we must not let Trump distract us from delivering urgent climate action.

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Scorching summer shows the reality of climate change

This summer’s heatwave might have brought some often wished for sunshine to Scotland, but it's not all fun in the sun.

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What I learned on a climate tour of Scotland

People across Scotland are playing their part in tackling climate change, now it's time for our politicians to step up.

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