Category: Latest blogs


Hamburg strike, ScotGov flights and why women can save world

Incorporating more women at senior levels is essential

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Watch Magid Magid hail Fridays for Future school strikers over ‘hope’

Former MEP and Mayor of Sheffield Magid Magid has heaped praise on the Fridays for Future activists, praising school climate strikers for making a stand. Speaking at an event organised by Edinburgh Greens at the Out of the Blue Drill…

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Climate Tweets, end of humanity and is Cop 26 our last hope?

Climate headlines: Twitter bots, Cop 26 and death of humanity.

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Scientists say uh-oh, wind farm jobs row and (climate) budget time

The oil and gas industry may be more polluting than we even knew

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Watch: Arbikie Nàdar team explain world’s first carbon neutral gin

“This project is an excellent example of what can be achieved with the right blend of academic expertise and industry know-how”.

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Could climate bankrupt a nation?, Sir Tom’s charity dinner, plus G&Ps

  Today’s headlines. What harm are we doing to our children, is it the end of Australia as we know it, words of wisdom from environmental champions and all the food and drink you could wave a reusable glass at. …

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To climate strikers .. with love: In tribute to Valentine’s Day protestors

They are the heartbeat of the movement

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PROFILE: Can Alok Sharma president of COP26 win over doubters?

“This is not commitment. Our climate, and the UK’s reputation, cannot afford someone who is so lukewarm on biggest challenge we face.”

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Alok Sharma named New Cop26 Minister

Mr Sharma said he was “delighted” at the role and was looking forward to an “exciting year ahead”.

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Greenpeace protest shuts BP’s HQ on CEO’s Bernard Looney’s first day

“He shares their deep concern about climate change and will set out his low carbon ambition for the company.”

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IN FULL: First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s letter over COP26

“COP26 in Glasgow has the potential to be a significant moment in our global efforts to tackle the climate crisis”

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Carlsberg: recharges the parts other beers can’t reach

“It is the first order of this scale in Europe.”

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OPINION: World is burning and we’re part of the problem

“We need to switch to a circular economy which places value on the wellbeing of people and planet alike.”

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OPINION: Clothing industry needs ‘moon shot’ to end fast fashion

The queen of fashion herself, Anna Wintour, has made her views known about fashion and sustainability.  It’s a welcome influential voice in a sector that is using up global raw materials at an alarming rate. According to a new report…

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As Scotland stalls Sweden orders hundreds of EV buses from Volvo

Electric buses are already a viable solution for cities that want public transport with long-term sustainability

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WATCH: UK’s former Chief Scientific Advisor Dave King says ‘I’m afraid’

“I’m afraid because we haven’t taken the actions that the science has been telling us to take for a very long time.”

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WATCH: ‘The Nairn Climate Strikers’ documentary by Rowen Henderson

“We will have to face climate breakdown during our life-times.”

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EVENT: Protect the Oceans – Photo Exhibition in the Highlands

Greenpeace Inverness are hosting Protect the Oceans photo exhibition and event this Saturday. Read on to find out more: What is happening? Do you think protecting the oceans is important? Do you want to do something to help? Well you…

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OPINION: What role has Shell played in moving to a lower-carbon future?

The CEO of Shell is paid 143 times what Shell’s average worker receives. Industry workers are not the problem here.

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COP26 will change the world – it has to

Scotland won’t just be the host nation, we will be the nation that shows the world how it can be done.

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