Guest blog: the intersections between gender, climate and health

Roxana Anez is an indigenous leader from the community of Altamarani in the Bolivian Amazon. She is the President of the Community...

Apr 26, 2019

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Nitrogen research by Scottish Government is ‘welcome first step’ towards cutting pollution

The Scottish Government today announced new research to understand the environmental impacts from current methods of Scottish agriculture....

Apr 04, 2019

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Campaigners demand urgent action from politicians as clock is ticking to stop climate chaos

Climate campaigners staged a demonstration outside the Scottish Parliament today as MSPs inside debated a new law to tackle climate change....

Apr 02, 2019

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Climate debate must make commitment to urgent political action

The Scottish Parliament will today debate the new Climate Change Bill for the first time. The Bill intends to outline the action Scotland...

Apr 02, 2019

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70% of people in Scotland support further action on climate change amid surging levels of concern, poll shows

People in Scotland are concerned about climate change and strongly support greater action across a range of sectors to tackle it, polling...

Apr 01, 2019

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Blog: Climate science says we all must do more, faster

By Tom Ballantine, Chair of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland These last few months have felt like a possible turning point for climate change...

Mar 29, 2019

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Guest Blog: Five reasons modern trade deals are terrible for the climate

By Liz Murray, Head of Campaigns at Global Justice Now Scotland, a member organisation of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland. Any lasting and just...

Mar 27, 2019

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Blog: warm weather and climate strikes

By Gail Wilson, Campaigns Manager, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland I read with interest the Scottish Parliament’s Environment Committee...

Mar 12, 2019

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SCCS Reaction to Scottish Parliament’s Climate Committee Report

The Stop Climate Chaos Scotland (SCCS) coalition has welcomed the publication of the Stage 1 report into Scotland’s Climate Bill. The...

Mar 04, 2019

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Guest Blog: Unique opportunity in Scotland to avoid ‘Recipe for Disaster’

By Nylah Rampersad and Jennifer Guy, two masters students from the University of Edinburgh, currently on placement with RSPB Scotland, a...

Mar 01, 2019

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