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Gas price rise is worst moment to abandon green energy

Reducing investment in renewables to help people cope with energy bill rises caused by fossil fuels would be the worst of all options.

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Record-breaking weather shows the climate is changing fast

In Scotland the warmest Hogmanay on record was followed by the hottest New Year’s Day.

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Official advisors call for more detail on Scotland’s climate plans

Climate advisors take tough new line with the Scottish Government on their plans.

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Business trying to delay energy transition away from fossil fuels

The industry has realised they are losing the argument badly and things are about to get serious.

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Was COP26 a success?

In terms of its negotiated outcomes it's hard to view COP26 as anything other than a resounding failure, but here in Scotland and the UK, we can ensure that the legacy of the summit is a movement fit for the fight of our lives over the decade ahead.

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12 big wins from 2021

2021 was undoubtedly the biggest year of climate action in Scotland’s history. We're celebrating some of the wins.

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How Scotland can transform its economy to work for people and planet

Plans for a National Strategy for Economic Transformation will have to be bold and radical if it is to protect people and the planet. So far, the signs aren’t encouraging.

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After Cambo decison, workers and communities must steer the transition away from fossil fuels

Both governments must scale up renewable jobs and provide certainty for workers currently left at the whims of big fossil fuel companies.

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A climate budget or a missed opportunity?

The 2022-23 Scottish budget will test whether the Government is serious about all its fine climate words during COP26.

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