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.
Post-Brexit rules threaten environmental standards
Scotland’s higher rules to protect nature and environment could be under threat from the UK Government’s desire for global trade deals.
12 big wins from 2021
2021 was undoubtedly the biggest year of climate action in Scotland’s history. We’re celebrating some of the wins.
Planning for the future must not include new fossil fuel infrastructure
Planning decisions affect us every day, from how we access schools, services and workplaces to how much climate emissions our country produces.
Why Scotland needs an Environmental Rights Centre
This new institution will help use the law to protect the places and people they care about
Torry residents want to protect beloved local park from industry-led unjust transition
Locals want to save their irreplacable wild green space before its turned into an industrial site.
Oil giant Shell in Dutch court over climate
Judges will hear how Shell’s expansion of oil and gas is at odds with need to cut climate emissions.
Making Polluters Pay
The lessons the legal system needs to learn from the Mossmorran flaring saga
Never too early to engage with planning
Scotland’s National Planning Framework will determine much about what developments will happen over the next 10 years
Planning for a Climate Friendly future – have your say!
Scotland’s new Planning Framework will shape where we live, work and play, as well as our response to the Climate Emergency.