Divest Scotland – Briefing for MSPs
Divest Scotland is a campaign building support for the Scottish Government, and the Scottish Parliament itself, to invest in a sustainable future, free from fossil fuels, including: The Scottish National Investment Bank Bill must put the transition to a zero carbon economy at the heart of the Bank’s work and rule out investing in fossil...
Workplace Parking Levies Parliamentary Briefing (Feb 2019)
This Levy will help fulfil goals across the political spectrum including tackling air pollution, reducing climate emissions and funding public transport.
Letter in support of Workplace Parking Levy
Transport and environmental campaigners have written to leaders of political parties expressing support for the Workplace Parking Levy proposals.
Administrative Assistant Job description
Administrative Assistant Job Description
Just Transition Parliamentary Briefing (Jan 2019)
JTP Briefing for MSPs ahead of Just Transition Debate Jan 2019
Response to SEA and partial BRIA on Unconventional Oil and Gas
Our response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on its Strategic Environmental Assessment and partial Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment of its ‘preferred policy position of no support’ for the onshore unconventional oil and gas extraction.
Overcoming Barriers to Public Interest Litigation in Scotland
The report from leading NGOs explores why there is a lack of strategic court action in Scotland and suggests recommendations to address this.
FoES’ Edinburgh Council transport transformation consultation response (Nov 2018)
Friends of the Earth Scotland’s response to Edinburgh City Council’s ‘Connecting our City, Transforming our Places’ consultation. We support the ambitious proposals and believe that a Low Emission Zone can help cut toxic air pollution in the city. The responses to this consultation will help shape: Edinburgh City Centre Transformation – an action plan for...
The Lothian and Strathclyde Pension Funds, run by Edinburgh and Glasgow Councils, were found to be failing to take adequate action to protect their £27.1 billion investments from climate risks.