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SSE is pulling the wool over your eyes!

People protested SSE’s fossil fuel expansion plans as the company announced £2.4billion annual profits.

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Equinor AGM protest: resisting new fossil fuels

The Norwegian oil giant’s plan to build new fossil fuel infrastructure both on and offshore must be stopped.

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Publicly owned renewable energy is crucial for a just transition

We need to embed public ownership and control into our energy system.

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Can the law save the planet?

A very important legal case in the Netherlands shows the power of the law in protecting the planet.

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Brexit threat to the environment

Our environmental progress could be under threat if we leave the European Union.

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The price of protecting the environment

Every week four people around the world are killed defending their communities and environment.

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Fracking: When is a Ban a Ban?

What the Ineos court defeat means for fracking in Scotland.

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Strong language on the final day of fracking challenge

The third day of INEOS and Reach CSG’s judicial review of the fracking ban drew to an early close, and with it, the substantive hearing as a whole.

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Day 2 of Ineos and Reach CGS’s judicial review of the ban on fracking

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INEOS legal challenge of fracking ban opens in Court

Ineos’ judicial review of the Scottish Government’s ban on fracking opens

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Why we are going to court to protect the fracking ban

Scotland’s fracking ban is vital – and arguably legally required – in the fight against catastrophic climate change.

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An Environmental Rights Centre for Scotland

We are working with Scottish Environment LINK to build support for an Environmental Rights Centre for Scotland which could play an important role navigating the complexities of the legal and planning system.

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