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.
Learning and building community at the Fossil Free Gathering
A look back at this year’s Fossil Free Gathering – a weekend of talks, workshops and discussions about divestment and climate justice.
Why we must come together to stop the Rosebank oil field
The world is facing ecological and political turmoil right now. We are witnessing increasing climate-driven extreme weather events such as the floods in Pakistan, drought in East Africa and hurricanes…
Parents’ campaign saves threatened bus route
Planned bus cuts between Perth and Stirling would have been a disaster for children using the service to get to school, so Krissy Scott got together with some other concerned parents and managed to stop it from happening.
Tackling clothing’s impact on the planet
ApparelXchange talks to us about the impact of clothing on the planet and how their initiative is helping to tackle it.
Carbon capture won’t limit the damage of incineration – it’ll make it worse
The impact of incinerators won’t be reduced by carbon capture and storage. We need to stop burning waste.
Wave of Kidical Mass rides shows demand for safe cycling
Group bike rides are rising in popularity as people raise awareness of the lack of safe cycling for children in Scotland.
Waste workers deserve a fair pay deal – supporting the strike
We fully support the current strikes by waste workers as an important part of fighting for a more sustainable and fair future.
Why you should care about the Hot Strike Summer
Workers are demonstrating the solidarity and collective power that we must build everywhere to tackle social and climate crises at their roots.
Two polar bears – and their marathon run for the environment
Ruth and Ella took on the Brighton Marathon dressed as stranded polar bears surrounded by melting ice caps, all made from face masks!