Incredible outfits shine a light on Scotland’s overconsumption
We put on a fashion show with outfits made from discarded materials to call on MSPs to support a circular economy.
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.
It’s time for Scotland’s climate change sequel
A decade after Al Gore first brought climate change to the big screen, he’s back in cinemas now with the follow up, ‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power’. This next chapter comes at a time when Scotland is writing the sequel to our own climate story, but will our new Climate Act be a blockbuster or a flop?
Young FoE Europe visit Dutch gasfields
90 young activists from all corners of Europe to participate in the Young Friends of the Earth Europe Summer Camp in Drouwen, Netherlands. They visited people in Groningen suffering from earthquakes caused by gas extraction nearby.
Let’s not give Trump what he wants on climate
You may have seen the news this week that Trump’s US Department of Agriculture has ordered all staff to stop using the term ‘climate change’ and not to talk about…
The environmental dimension of Brexit
The European Union is far from perfect but it has been the source of almost all environmental legislation and standards in Scotland.
Who will really benefit from the new Air Departure Tax?
MSPs will today approve the Air Departure Tax (Scotland) Bill, giving the Scottish ministers the power to set air travel tax for the first time. But who will be the winners and losers be from these changes?
Scotland needs to build on climate success
We need much tougher climate targets if we are to meet our promises under the Paris Agreement.
Transport needs to go back to the drawing board on climate change
Transport is the largest sector of climate emissions for Scotland. Unfortunately, the Government department responsible don’t seem to have any innovative thinking on how to head off demand or encourage walking, cycling or public transport.
Splashes of green amongst the gloom: This year’s environmental victories for Scotland
For many of us, 2016 seemed like a particularly tough year. It brought some major environmental setbacks, culminating in the election of a new US president with an extremely regressive environmental agenda. However, this year was not all doom and gloom for the environment…
Marrakech blog – still waiting for action on climate change
For a while this meeting looked like it might be that rarest of things, a UN climate conference that actually finished on time rather than running into Saturday or even Sunday. But, true to UN form, talks broke down last night.