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.
Shoring up Nicola Sturgeon’s climate legacy
After eight years, Scotland has a new First Minister. Under Nicola Sturgeon the Scottish Government made a lot of progress, but now it must go further and faster.
COP27: Outcomes from the climate talks and what it means for action in Scotland
What happened at the talks in Egypt and how it will impact our work at home.
Edinburgh joins Global Day of Action for Climate Justice
The route took the crowd past different stops highlighting the banks, polluters and governments who are driving climate breakdown.
Fossil fuels are the climate culprit – we have to come together to stop them.
The extreme heat shows climate breakdown is here and it will get much worse unless we act to stop fossil fuel companies.
Environmentalists have to take on economics!
Until we change the ways in which our economy works, ‘business-as-usual’ will continue to drive environmental destruction and climate breakdown.
Why council elections are crucial for the climate crisis
Local authorities play an important role in tackling the climate crisis, so these elections are going to be significant.
30 years of progress is still not enough
Reflections on 30 years in the environmental movement – looking at welcome but insufficient progress.
Warnings from a warming planet
Record-breaking temperatures at the poles and warnings about Amazon rainforest tipping point show a planet in danger
What war in Ukraine means for energy
The terrible war in Ukraine is being used by opponents of green energy to promote more oil and gas, new nuclear and even fracking. None of which makes the slightest sense.