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Where hope lies after COP26

In terms of its negotiated outcomes it's hard to view COP26 as anything other than a resounding failure, but here in Scotland and the UK, we can ensure that the legacy of the summit is a movement fit for the fight of our lives over the decade ahead.

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COP26: Why we left with hope

COP26 drew to a close almost a fortnight ago, and amidst getting some much needed rest, we’ve had time to reflect on the two weeks that world leaders were in Glasgow. 

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Climate talks legitimacy called into question as most impacted people are excluded

If those most impacted by the climate crisis are not at the table, how can COP26 come up with an outcome that is fair and legitimate?

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Why Scotland needs an Environmental Rights Centre

This new institution will help use the law to protect the places and people they care about

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Planning for a Climate Friendly future – have your say!

Scotland's new Planning Framework will shape where we live, work and play, as well as our response to the Climate Emergency.

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Coronavirus & COP26 Delay: Let’s Pause, Reflect then Change the System

What does the delay mean for Scotland's climate justice movement?

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Corporate-captured climate talks ignores peoples’ demands for climate justice

Key fights at the UN climate conference COP25 in Madrid show Governments fighting for fossil fuel companies rather than a liveable future.

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We can’t buy our way out of the climate crisis

Carbon markets are being pushed by big corporations at the UN climate talks, but decades of experience tells us they won't cut emissions.

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Key issues at the 2019 climate talks

A look ahead at the big issues at the UN climate talks in Madrid, 2-13 December.

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