Blog: warm weather and climate strikes

I read with interest the Scottish Parliament’s Environment Committee report published last week on the proposed new climate change law,...

Mar 12, 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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Guest Blog: Businesses want Scotland to lead on climate change

By Gina Hanrahan, Head of Policy at WWF Scotland, a member organisation of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland. Climate change poses many chronic...

Jan 31, 2019

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Guest Blog: Why every year must be the Year of Young People

By Rebecka Bergh, volunteer with Young Friends of the Earth Scotland, a member organisation of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland. 2018 is coming...

Dec 31, 2018

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Slow Progress to Prevent a Climate Catastrophe

By Ben Wilson, Policy Officer at SCIAF, a member organisation of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland. After two long weeks of negotiations, the...

Dec 15, 2018

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Scotland must take heed of UN climate change report

By Gail Wilson, Campaigns Manager, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland Our planet, which we readily take for granted is like no other that we know...

Oct 10, 2018

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Walking and cycling can tackle climate change now

By Alex Quayle, Senior Policy Officer, Sustrans Scotland (a member of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland) Changing the way we travel is vital to...

Aug 14, 2018

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Why Scotland must set a target of net zero emissions

By Tom Ballantine, Chair of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland Tackling climate change is an overwhelming moral obligation that we owe to this and...

May 02, 2018

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Why we should make homes more energy efficient

By Caroline Rance, Climate and Energy Campaigner at Friends of the Earth Scotland & Sarah Beattie-Smith, Climate and Energy Policy...

Feb 01, 2018

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‘We Want to See Double’ – we got there!

By Alex Quayle, Senior Policy Officer, Sustrans Scotland The Scottish Government’s Draft Budget 2018-19 promises to double funding for cycling and walking. Alex Quayle reflects on the journey that got us there....

Dec 21, 2017

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