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The Climate Strikers return to demand a Green Recovery

One year on from the historic Global Climate Strike, young people are pushing for a Green Recovery that delivers the necessary climate action.

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Mind who you work with – Aberdeen Council forms climate partnership with BP

BP's is still looking for more fossil fuels - why is Aberdeen Council asking it for advice on cutting climate emissions?

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Zero carbon homes pledge brings triple benefits

By focusing urgent action on our energy use at home we can quickly create new jobs, improve people’s lives and tackle climate change.

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Hunterston nuclear reactor restart isn’t worth it

End is in sight for nuclear power station but the owners EDF will cash in by running their risky reactors for another 6 months.

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Harnessing Scotland’s climate example

Scotland can use the United Nations system to push other countries to act faster on climate

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It’s time for Scottish Government to produce their vision for the green recovery

The Government's response to their Advisory Group must reject its business-as-usual approach.

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More action needed on climate threat of methane

Methane is a potent climate changing gas and needs increased action to bring down emissions from agriculture, fossil fuels and waste.

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Using coronavirus as cover for forest destruction

Governments are backing short-term economic approaches with disastrous long-term consequences for nature, climate change and local communities.

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Saving the planet starts at home

Rishi Sunak didn’t give us a green recovery but his one green element was the right one for climate change, for jobs and for the quality of people’s lives.

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