Scotland’s voting age is lower than the rest of the UK. They are terrified by climate change and the Earth they shall inherit. Old wise heads and all may do well to remember that. Continue reading Forget IndyRef … Holyrood campaign is really becoming the climate election for all
SCOTTISH Green Party leaders will tell their membership “we still have so much to do” as they meet for the Spring conference in Greenock today.
Under the banner ‘leading the change’ they will also look to discuss how to face up to the threat of Brexit, and how the party can continue to influence and agitate.
In her keynote speak, the party’s co-convener Maggie Chapman will today tell delegates: “We gather at a time when things seems more unstable and unpredictable than they’ve been for a while. Continue reading “Rallying call from Scottish Green Party as supporters told: ‘We still have so much to do’”
In their New Year message, Scottish Green Party co-conveners Maggie Chapman and Patrick Harvie MSP said 2018 can be a year of progress on human rights and public services.
They pledged to continue to fight for what they called “justice, solidarity and our shared environment.”
And they hailed what they said was Scotland’s “willingness” to act for change. Read their messages in full below. Continue reading “‘2018 can be a year of progress, from equality and human rights, to environmental protection’”
“The Paris Agreement requires all Parties to put forward their best efforts through “nationally determined contributions” (NDCs) and to strengthen these efforts in the years ahead. This includes requirements that all Parties report regularly on their emissions and on their implementation efforts.” – United Nations, Framework Convention on Climate Change. Want to learn more? Read: The Paris Agreement UN overview. Images: Word cloud image created by @shaunmilne; … Continue reading So here’s text of the Paris Agreement visualised as a word cloud