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Climate deaths in UK will treble, MPs warn

A shocking 7,000 people will die in the UK each year by mid century from the impacts of heat unless governments take meaningful action to combat climate change.

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Pressure builds for a legal ban as fracking licence extended

Scottish Ministers have extended a fracking licence in the central belt for 12 months

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Fracking: When is a Ban a Ban?

What the Ineos court defeat means for fracking in Scotland.

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Fracking in Limbo following INEOS legal challenge

Scotland's fracking ban was recently challenged in court - what happens now?

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Strong language on the final day of fracking challenge

The third day of INEOS and Reach CSG’s judicial review of the fracking ban drew to an early close, and with it, the substantive hearing as a whole.

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Dancing around handbags in the Court of Session

Day 2 of Ineos and Reach CGS’s judicial review of the ban on fracking

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INEOS legal challenge of fracking ban opens in Court

Ineos' judicial review of the Scottish Government’s ban on fracking opens

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Why we are going to court to protect the fracking ban

Scotland's fracking ban is vital - and arguably legally required - in the fight against catastrophic climate change.

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Working together for a just transition away from fossil fuels

Although the issue doesn’t feature on the official agenda, the 23rd United Nations climate talks, hosted by Fiji, and held in Bonn, is being dubbed ‘the Just Transition Conference.’ While the official negotiations focus on contentious issues of the implementation of the Paris Agreement – in a process where historic and current global injustices are...

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