What’s happened with Scotland’s transport this year?
We look at the progress that’s been made in improving public transport and reducing car use in Scotland this year.
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.
Get involved in Car Free Day 2022
Car Free Day takes place every year to encourage us to reimagine our transport system. It is an opportunity to think about how we move around and what changes we…
Making transport work for local people
There have been huge changes to how we move around, which presents new councillors with opportunities to make lasting change for the better.
Scotland’s Most Polluted Streets in 2021
Scotland broke air pollution limits again in 2021. These are the streets that had the worst levels of pollution.
Bikes for Christmas but nowhere to ride
Campaigners are calling for safer streets for cycling after many kids have received bikes as Christmas presents but don’t feel safe to get out on the roads.
Will COP26 change Scotland’s transport system?
COP26 should’ve provided the impetus to change it, but Scotland’s transport system is still miles away from where we need it to be.
The next 5 years for Scotland’s environment
What did the SNP manifesto promise on climate change and the environment?
Scotland’s new MSPs should commit to free bus travel
Free bus travel is an idea which is spreading rapidly and growing in popularity. Election candidates should commit to making it happen in Scotland in the next Parliament.
The Climate Emergency Election
This election must be about creating a green, wellbeing economy and generating the green jobs we need to transition away from fossil fuels.
Tackling traffic can help take us where we need to go
Reducing traffic can make our towns more liveable and boost climate fight.