Stop Climate Chaos Scotland welcomes the new First Minister

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland welcomes Humza Yousaf into the role of First Minister and looks forward to working with him to drive the urgent...

Mar 28, 2023

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AR6… or should that be AAAAAARRRRRR!?

By Mike Robinson, Chair of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland This blog was originally published on the RSGS website This week saw the release of...

Mar 27, 2023

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Press release: Climate and nature groups urge next First Minister to ‘urgently pick up the pace’ in tackling environmental crises

Coalitions representing over 100 Scottish organisations have written to the SNP leadership candidates urging them to ‘pick up the pace’...

Mar 06, 2023

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Help us shape the future of the Climate Fringe!

With a new year ahead of us, we are looking at ways to make the Climate Fringe website and festival even better! Please take a few minutes...

Jan 27, 2023

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PPPs Hampering Net Zero Ambitions – blog by Jubilee Scotland

Since the 1990s Scotland has been using Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) to fund public infrastructure projects. This scheme – in its...

Jan 27, 2023

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2023: Climate and the year ahead

By Mike Robinson, Chair of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland A version of this blog was originally published in The National A new year is upon...

Jan 20, 2023

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Looking back on more than a decade of international climate justice campaigning

By Becky Kenton-Lake, with contributions from Anne Callaghan (SCIAF), Ben Wilson (SCIAF), Chris Hegarty (Christian Aid) and Mike Robinson...

Dec 16, 2022

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Media statement: Stop Climate Chaos Scotland reacts to the latest Climate Change Committee report on emissions reductions in Scotland

A report published today by the UK Committee on Climate Change (CCC) assesses Scotland’s overall progress in achieving its legislated...

Dec 07, 2022

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Stop Climate Chaos Scotland press release: COP27 finally ends with historic agreement on Loss and Damage finance but lack of progress on agreeing emission reductions leaves critical temperature threshold dangerously out of reach

Loss and Damage was on the agenda for the first time, and positively, agreement was reached to establish a dedicated new fund for...

Nov 20, 2022

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COP27 diary – Kirstie Shirra

This blog first appeared in The National Arriving at COP by plane may not be ideal but it felt as though the journey gave a snap shot of...

Nov 18, 2022

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