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Edinburgh’s treatment of school climate strikers shows actions out of step with words, argues Steve Burgess.

Climate strikes: actions and words

Edinburgh’s treatment of school climate strikers shows actions out of step with words, argues Steve Burgess.

The footage of thousands of fires burning across the rainforests of Brazil and neighbouring countries has been distressing on so many levels, argues Alison Johnstone.

Stopping the Amazon burning

The footage of thousands of fires burning across the rainforests of Brazil and neighbouring countries has been distressing on so many levels, argues Alison Johnstone.

What does it mean for Edinburgh to embrace “sustainable” tourism, asks Claire Miller.

Making Eco-tourism real

What does it mean for Edinburgh to embrace “sustainable” tourism, asks Claire Miller.

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A Tory councillor in Edinburgh has been told to look up his facts on climate breakdown.

Tory councillor schooled on climate breakdown

A Tory councillor in Edinburgh has been told to look up his facts on climate breakdown.

Green councillors have criticised a decision by the majority of Education Committee members today (16 August 2019) to limit school climate strikers to only one authorised absence a year.

Green councillors slam decision to restrict climate strikers to one event a year

Green councillors have criticised a decision by the majority of Education Committee members today (16 August 2019) to limit school climate strikers to only one authorised absence a year.

Adam, a young Golden Eagle named by Green MSP Andy Wightman, has disappeared in suspicious circumstances in Highland Perthshire, in an area managed for grouse shooting. 

Golden eagle named by Andy Wightman disappears

Adam, a young Golden Eagle named by Green MSP Andy Wightman, has disappeared in suspicious circumstances in Highland Perthshire, in an area managed for grouse shooting. 

Scottish Greens Parliamentary Co-Leader Alison Johnstone MSP will today (24 Jun) launch a consultation on her member’s bill to provide legal protections to foxes and hares.

Johnstone launches bill to protect wildlife

Scottish Greens Parliamentary Co-Leader Alison Johnstone MSP will today (24 Jun) launch a consultation on her member’s bill to provide legal protections to foxes and hares.

Scottish Green MSPs have voted to reject the Planning Bill after the SNP and Conservatives joined forces to drive through weak, centralising reforms.

Greens reject centralising Planning Bill after SNP-Tory stitch up

Scottish Green MSPs have voted to reject the Planning Bill after the SNP and Conservatives joined forces to drive through weak, centralising reforms.

In last week’s European election results in Edinburgh we secured the highest Green vote in Scotland with 13.9% and moved into third place in the capital ahead of the Tories […]

European election results in Edinburgh

In last week’s European election results in Edinburgh we secured the highest Green vote in Scotland with 13.9% and moved into third place in the capital ahead of the Tories […]