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Statement on the violence in Israel and Palestine

Friends of the Earth Scotland Statement on the violence in Israel and Palestine

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Fighting back against carbon capture and hydrogen greenwash

We have been working hard to end the Scottish Government’s dangerous over-reliance on carbon capture and hydrogen in so called ‘negative emissions technologies.’

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Learning and building community at the Fossil Free Gathering

A look back at this year’s Fossil Free Gathering – a weekend of talks, workshops and discussions about divestment and climate justice.

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Parents’ campaign saves threatened bus route

Planned bus cuts between Perth and Stirling would have been a disaster for children using the service to get to school, so Krissy Scott got together with some other concerned parents and managed to stop it from happening.

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Bikes for Christmas but nowhere to ride

Campaigners are calling for safer streets for cycling after many kids have received bikes as Christmas presents but don’t feel safe to get out on the roads. 

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Reflections on COP26: a story of two extremes

Rona Hardie from the Young Friends of the Earth Scotland steering group reflects on her experiences during COP26 as a Scottish young person.

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12 big wins from 2021

2021 was undoubtedly the biggest year of climate action in Scotland’s history. We’re celebrating some of the wins.

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Young people put party leaders in the hot seat over climate change

Skye Thain (17) from the Young Friends of the Earth Scotland steering group offers her personal view on the recent Youth Climate Debate.

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What makes you an activist?

Norman and Steph talk about why they got involved in campaigning in their communities.

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