Why we collapsed a huge house of cards outside the Scottish Parliament
Despite the clear evidence of climate breakdown, the Scottish Government is considering approving the building of a new gas burning power station in Peterhead.
Scotland’s council pension funds pour £2bn into fossil fuel industry
£2 billion from council pension funds in Scotland is invested in fossil fuel companies, including some of the world’s worst polluters.
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.
Peterhead expansion plan would worsen Scotland’s biggest climate polluter
If the Scottish Government approve this dangerous plan, it will lock us in to continued use of volatile fossil fuels for decades to come.
The fight to Stop Rosebank continues
The UK Government has shown its priority is to protect the profits of the oil industry, rather than helping people during a cost of living crisis.
Edinburgh marches to end fossil fuels!
We marched together to demand a fair and fast transition to renewable energy that protects workers and communities
How much influence does the fossil fuel industry have on the Scottish Government?
Our research reveals the scale of the lobbying push by big polluters in Scotland.
Labour’s oil and gas announcement
A breakdown of what’s been going on with Labour’s latests announcement on oil and gas.
Why new oil extraction won’t lower bills
The oil belongs to the companies who will sell it on the international market to the highest bidder.
Scottish climate activists protest Equinor’s record-breaking profits
The campaign against the Norwegian company behind the Rosebank oil project is heating up
How we have been turning the tide against fossil fuels in 2022
Reliance on oil and gas has left millions vulnerable to spikes in their prices, making the case for a clean, reliable renewable energy system even more appealing.
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.