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What’s going on with Scotland’s Climate Bill?

The Scottish Government’s new Climate Bill has been unveiled. It is hugely disappointing.

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Edinburgh Science Festival should cut it ties to fossil fuels and nuclear power

If Edinburgh’s Science Festival wants to celebrate life it should cut its ties with fossil fuels and nuclear power

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Growing support for a net-zero climate emissions Scotland

The publication of Scotland’s new Climate Change Bill is imminent, and calls are growing for a net-zero target.

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Will the Scottish Government’s Climate Plan take us forward?

These policies and plans aim to cut emissions across all areas of Scottish life.

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Will 2018 truly be the ‘Year of Young People’?

While young people across Scotland are fighting for their future, our efforts are being undermined by decision makers.

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What are your climate goals for 2018?

Looking ahead to a huge year of campaigning as we seek to secure a zero-emissions Scotland.

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2017: what we achieved

Looking past Trump and Brexit, 2017 was a fantastic year for progress in protecting Scotland’s environment.

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Scotland must show global leadership on climate

Scotland, as one of the first countries to propose new climate legislation following the Paris Agreement, has the opportunity to stand up and show climate leadership once again.

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Working together for a just transition away from fossil fuels

Although the issue doesn’t feature on the official agenda, the 23rd United Nations climate talks, hosted by Fiji, and held in Bonn, is being dubbed ‘the Just Transition Conference.’ While the official negotiations focus on contentious issues of the implementation of the Paris Agreement – in a process where historic and current global injustices are...

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