Gracie Bradley departs as Director
We are grateful for her important work which has helped ensure the organisation has a clear campaigning direction and is in a good place looking to the future.
The destruction of Palestine’s environment
The war in Gaza has created a human and environmental catastrophe in what was one of the world’s poorest and most densely populated places.
Could moving past growth protect the planet?
Degrowth offers an alternative future, one where everyone’s needs are met so we have more time to spend doing what we love with who we love.
What’s happened with Scotland’s transport this year?
We look at the progress that’s been made in improving public transport and reducing car use in Scotland this year.
Let’s bring Strathclyde’s buses back into public control
Along with trade unions, health and poverty charities, student groups and more, we’re campaigning for buses in the Strathclyde region to be taken back into public control so that they are run for passengers, not for profit.
Inverness is making changes for a cleaner, greener city
The Highland Council is deciding on plans to prioritise people over cars by making big changes to Academy Street.
22,000 jobs: Investing in public transport
If we make public transport cheaper than cars, we can create jobs, strengthen our economy and meet our climate commitments.
Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone is coming
Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone coming into force is a big campaign win. Find out about how it will work to reduce air pollution in the city.
The most polluted streets in Scotland in 2022
Every January, we look at air pollution data for the previous year to find the most polluted streets, and this year we have some good news: Scotland did not breach legal air pollution limits in 2022.
A year of campaigning for transport justice
Throughout 2022, people around Scotland have been fighting for better public transport and safer option for cycling, walking and wheeling.
Parents’ campaign saves threatened bus route
Planned bus cuts between Perth and Stirling would have been a disaster for children using the service to get to school, so Krissy Scott got together with some other concerned parents and managed to stop it from happening.
Wave of Kidical Mass rides shows demand for safe cycling
Group bike rides are rising in popularity as people raise awareness of the lack of safe cycling for children in Scotland.