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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two people painting 'no more fossil fuels' message on an oil drum

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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a group of people holding flags around a stack of black barrels painted with white letter spelling out stop cambo. the river clyde and the Glasgow science museum are visible in the background

People power forces oil giant Shell to pull out of Cambo!

This decision comes after months of fierce opposition and scrutiny from the public, climate groups, scientists, the media and politicians.

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Peterhead Power Station at Night

Planning for the future must not include new fossil fuel infrastructure

Planning decisions affect us every day, from how we access schools, services and workplaces to how much climate emissions our country produces.

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5 ways to take climate action after COP26

We can keep up the momentum and keep building a beautiful and powerful movement to create a better world.

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Climate catch up report fails the grade

As the dust settles in Glasgow and people try to digest what the COP26 outcomes actually mean, it is time to look again at how Scotland is doing.

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COP26: Why we left with hope

COP26 drew to a close almost a fortnight ago, and amidst getting some much needed rest, we’ve had time to reflect on the two weeks that world leaders were in Glasgow. 

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Fossil fuels escape action in Glasgow COP-out

Big polluters will be happy with the outcomes of COP26.

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