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.
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.
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.
This year’s divestment campaign highlights
2022 has been an exciting year for our campaign to call on Scottish councils and MSPs to end their pension fund investments in fossil fuels.
Learning and building community at the Fossil Free Gathering
A look back at this year’s Fossil Free Gathering – a weekend of talks, workshops and discussions about divestment and climate justice.
Will COP26 stop our governments from banking on fossil fuels?
As long as our banks, pensions and institutions continue to invest in fossil fuels, we are banking our future on their success – in COP26, but also in our national and local governments.
Glasgow still has time to make history before COP26 by divesting from fossil fuels
Campaigners are urging councillors to agree on strong climate standards and a clear divestment timeline.
How £1.2 billion of Scotland’s savings are fuelling the climate emergency
Scottish Council Pensions are still investing in major polluters – with devastating consequences for communities, climate and their finances.
Fossil fuel industry spills money and power in year of tumult
2020 was a tough year to be a climate activist. Fortunately for the planet, it was an even worse year for the fossil fuel industry.
Why did I become a divestment campaigner?
Lewis Coenen-Rowe, activist with Divest Strathclyde, discusses how campaigning has helped him overcome ‘eco-stress’ and build connections with others.
Is there a Climate Emergency in Glasgow or not ?
Glasgow has declared a Climate Emergency and will host this year’s UN climate talks but the city’s pension fund invest millions in fossil fuels.
Glasgow takes action on £700 million fossil fuel cash stash
Activists uncovered over £700 million of polluting investments in Glasgow’s council pensions… but the tide may be turning on support for climate polluting investments.