Reflections on ice

New research has shown the rate and impact of melting glaciers and icesheets. We look at how this will affect people and the planet.

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Can legal action stop climate change?

Can the courts bring decisive action to end our extraction of fossil fuels? Three activists take the UK Government to court for its support of the industry.

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Nuclear power – 35 years on from Chernobyl

Since Chernobyl only three reactor projects have begun in Europe, all being built by the French state-owned company EDF.

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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.

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Forward and back on climate

Good climate commitments are being undermined by UK and Scottish Government faith in far-off technical fixes.

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The Circular Economy must be a key player in the fight against Climate Change

As global resource consumption passes 100 billion tonnes a year, we look at how moving to a circular economy is key in the climate fight.

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Activists protest against fracking at Grangemouth

Out of time on oil

A new report on the gap between the climate change goals and oil and gas ambitions shows that the current double-think can’t go on.

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Circular Economy targets needed

Scotland has a very good reputation for our circular economy thinking but now is the time to make the idea a reality.

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Shell’s 50th anniversary in the North Sea – 50 years of climate change

Is there really much to celebrate as Shell reach 50 years of working in the North Sea?

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