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Will we freeze as the world warms?

2nd September 2021, by Richard Dixon

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

26th August 2021, by Richard Dixon

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

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Taking the Stop Cambo campaign to Downing Street

5th August 2021, by Caroline Rance

We handed over the 80,000 strong letter demanding that the UK Government stop Cambo and all new oil and gas projects.

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Coal industry refuses to give up the ghost

5th August 2021, by Richard Dixon

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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Eco Ableism and the Climate Movement

29th July 2021, by Catrina Randall

As Disability Pride month draws to a close, Young Friends of the Earth Scotland’s (YFoES) Access and Inclusion Working Group share their thoughts on eco ableism and the climate movement.

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#StopCambo campaign gathers momentum and support

22nd July 2021, by admin

Public and political support for stopping a climate-wrecking oil field is building.

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European climate moves could endanger poor households

22nd July 2021, by Richard Dixon

Europe's plan to cut climate emissions have set alarm bells ringing for environmentalists concerned about the poorest

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Oil workers blocked from transition by training chaos

16th July 2021, by Ryan Morrison

A just transition is vital, winding down the extraction of fossil fuels while ensuring the people who work in the industry and surrounding communities who depend upon it, are not left behind.

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We must stop the UK Government from approving more oil

15th July 2021, by Richard Dixon

Oil giants are seeking permission from the UK Government to open a huge new oil field. The climate impacts of this project would be devastating.

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