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Glasgow still has time to make history before COP26 by divesting from fossil fuels

Campaigners are urging councillors to agree on strong climate standards and a clear divestment timeline.

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How £1.2 billion of Scotland’s savings are fuelling the climate emergency

Scottish Council Pensions are still investing in major polluters - with devastating consequences for communities, climate and their finances.

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Fossil fuel industry spills money and power in year of tumult

2020 was a tough year to be a climate activist. Fortunately for the planet, it was an even worse year for the fossil fuel industry.

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Why did I become a divestment campaigner?

Lewis Coenen-Rowe, activist with Divest Strathclyde, discusses how campaigning has helped him overcome 'eco-stress' and build connections with others.

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Is there a Climate Emergency in Glasgow or not ?

Glasgow has declared a Climate Emergency and will host this year’s UN climate talks but the city's pension fund invest millions in fossil fuels.

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Glasgow takes action on £700 million fossil fuel cash stash

Activists uncovered over £700 million of polluting investments in Glasgow's council pensions... but the tide may be turning on support for climate polluting investments.

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Activists push Scotland’s new public bank towards climate leadership

Efforts by climate activists have won huge changes to Scotland's new public bank. That's worth celebrating.

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What People Power achieved in 2019

Highlights from our campaigning to protecting our climate and environment in 2019.

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The battle for Scotland’s new public bank

Will this Bank lead the transition to a zero carbon economy or take a business as usual approach?

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