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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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Will we freeze as the world warms?

Climate change is altering vital ocean currents that stabilise our climate and support ecosystems.

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European climate moves could endanger poor households

Europe's plan to cut climate emissions have set alarm bells ringing for environmentalists concerned about the poorest

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Rest and Resistance: workshops for young people aged 16-30

Read about Young Friends of the Earth Scotland's new lineup of digital events for young people aged 16-30 with an interest in social and climate justice.

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Young people put party leaders in the hot seat over climate change

Skye Thain (17) from the Young Friends of the Earth Scotland steering group offers her personal view on the recent Youth Climate Debate.

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2020, whisky and climate change

How strong whisky helped Scotland's efforts to persuade the world to act on climate change

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Join the #BuildBackBetterScot Day of Online Action

This needs all of us to make a huge noise that cannot be ignored.

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Tough times for Big Oil

The UK and Scottish Governments should set oil and gas production firmly on a trajectory to its end over the next decade, with an accompanying Just Transition strategy.

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Meanwhile, around the world the Climate Emergency continues

Whilst the coronavirus has dominated the news, climate change impacts are being felt around the world with rising temperatures, locust storms and wildfires

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