Edinburgh marches to end fossil fuels!
We marched together to demand a fair and fast transition to renewable energy that protects workers and communities
The end of the explosion in plastic production could be in sight
A new treaty could be effective in stemming the tide of plastic pollution. It has the potential to be a landmark success.
Shell and INEOS: Oily sponsors will come home to Scotland at the World Cycling Championships
The World Cycling Championships are happening in Scotland, and will go right past the pollution hotspots owned by the sport’s biggest sponsors.
Scotland’s new circular economy law
Scotland has a new circular economy law coming – but what’s it all about and will it be effective?
Scotland could produce some of the greenest steel in the world
We will need huge quantities of steel for the energy transition – but we need to change the way we produce it.
What’s the problem with lithium?
In Scotland, our lithium demand is increasing rapidly – but the mining of it is cause serious social and environmental harm.
From concerned locals to national change: How Dovesdale Action Group built power and won
The Dovesdale Action Group’s inspiring story of resistance against incineration expansion plans shows us how building community power can spark national change.
The doorstep refill company making reuse easier
It’s vital we change the way we use materials in Scotland. We spoke to the founder of a reuse company to find out how it works.
How to cut your consumption this Christmas
The pressure to buy stuff is everywhere at Christmas, but you don’t need to spend money to celebrate. Here are some tips to have a more personal holiday that’s better for the planet.
Changing Scotland’s material use: a year of progress
In 2022, people across Scotland have been busily planning how to create a circular economy and it’s great that we’ve started to see progress in changing how we use materials in Scotland.
The best Black Friday deal this year: spend nothing
The scale of discounts on offer this Black Friday is designed to create a feeding frenzy of consumerism.
Chemical pollution is harming our health and the planet’s
Chemical pollutants are all around us – from the plastic wrapping for our food, to the cleaning products in our homes and the sofa you are sitting on.