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People power shines as UN climate talks fail to deliver

17th December 2018, by Caroline Rance

People have the solutions to the climate crisis, but polluters and politicians want to slow down the pace of action.

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Scotland’s Just Transition and the ‘Gilets Jaunes’

10th December 2018, by admin

In the light of 'Gilet Jaunes' protests, it is clear that radical change, organising, democratic ownership, and government intervention are essential parts of the transition to a low carbon economy.

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Why we’re chanting ‘Fossil Banks No Thanks!’

8th December 2018, by Ric Lander

10 years on from the financial crisis and big banks are still casting a long shadow over our society.

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Actions speak louder than words on climate change

5th December 2018, by Caroline Rance

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was at the UN climate talks (COP24) in Poland but her actions do not live up to her words.

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The truth behind Shell’s big story

3rd December 2018, by Ric Lander

When it comes to Shell and the climate, we should be very wary.

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Equity key to 1.5ºC as UN climate talks open

3rd December 2018, by Mary Church

Equity requires that historical polluters cut emissions faster, with massive reductions required over the course of the next decade.

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A founder member reflects on 40 years ago

27th November 2018, by admin

Mairi MacArthur looks back on our early days. 

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Putting people first: Progress on walking and cycling in Glasgow and Edinburgh

19th November 2018, by admin

Ideas include more segregated cycle lanes, Low Emission Zones and pedestrianisation of key areas.

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Why are climate activists calling for a rebellion?

15th November 2018, by Kate Whitaker

The climate crisis requires wholesale changes - we need people tackling this problem in every way.

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