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Time to deliver low-carbon, warm homes for everyone

The next Government needs to deliver low carbon, warm homes urgently. Retrofitting and insulating homes will be a winner for people, jobs and the planet.

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Nuclear power – 35 years on from Chernobyl

Since Chernobyl only three reactor projects have begun in Europe, all being built by the French state-owned company EDF.

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Japan’s outrageous radioactive waste plan

A decision to dump Fukushima’s radioactive waste water in the Pacific is causing outrage in Japan and beyond.

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Celebrating progress for the environment in the past 5 years

It is worth pausing to remember that the last five years have seen some remarkable progress.

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The Climate Emergency Election

This election must be about creating a green, wellbeing economy and generating the green jobs we need to transition away from fossil fuels.

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Creating a Just Transition away from fossil fuels

The Just Transition Commission’s report must be seen as a strong and urgent agenda for action by the next Scottish Government.

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Making sense of waste

Scotland is going backwards on waste and the rush to incineration threatens to lock us into a low-recycling, high-carbon, resource-wasting future.

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Ten years since Fukushima nuclear disaster

New nuclear power is never worth the risk.

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What role is there for Hydrogen in our energy future?

It takes lots of energy to produce hydrogen - so we should only be using hydrogen for things where electricity can’t easily do the job.

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