Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone is coming
Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone coming into force is a big campaign win. Find out about how it will work to reduce air pollution in the city.
Scottish climate activists protest Equinor’s record-breaking profits
The campaign against the Norwegian company behind the Rosebank oil project is heating up
Gracie Bradley announced as new Director
Gracie brings experience, enthusiasm and commitment to justice.
We went to Peterhead to talk to people about the new gas-fired power station
People stopped to discuss the fossil fuel industry, local employment, the climate crisis and the history of the Peterhead Power Station.
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.
A year of campaigning for transport justice
Throughout 2022, people around Scotland have been fighting for better public transport and safer option for cycling, walking and wheeling.
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.
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.
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.
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.