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Scottish Labour’s drift towards nuclear power

Calls for new nuclear power are rearing their ugly head again including from Scottish Labour, who blocked nuclear in Scotland 16 years ago.

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It’s a consensus: the public want urgent action

The public know their actions matter, but they also know governments and politicians need to take the lead in delivering meaningful action.

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Going Green in Africa

Despite its huge renewable energy potential most African countries are still heavily dependent on fossil fuels. It’s time to turn that around.

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China ending support for coal must hasten its demise

Until now Chinese state finance has been crucial in building coal plants across Africa.

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Climate change could impact Scotland’s drinking water

New research shows how a changing climate will harm Scotland’s peatlands spelling trouble for drinking water supplies.

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Another nail in the coffin for oil and gas?

The Scottish Government has promised a review of oil & gas but how can it reconcile fossil fuels with the neccesary climate action.

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Will we freeze as the world warms?

Climate change is altering vital ocean currents that stabilise our climate and support ecosystems.

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Stopping Cambo oil field rockets up the political agenda

Political parties are taking sides as the debate about the Cambo oil field hots up.

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Coal industry refuses to give up the ghost

G20 nations failed to back action on coal or make progress on fossil fuel subsidies despite their damage to the climate

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