Every day we read about new record temperatures around the world, we need to take action.
Enjoyment of Edinburgh’s beautiful historic park is marred by the noise and disruption of traffic. Car Free Holyrood is campaigning to make it a place for people, not cars.
It should not be this hot. This global crisis needs individual governments to take action now – Lorna Slater
Lorna Slater MSP on the benefits of tackling wasteful production of packaging and creating a sustainable future.
While Glasgow being the host city offered us a chance to get a bit nearer the action, there was much more than just the Clyde separating Scots from the negotiations happening inside.
As Scotland gears up to host the UN’s climate summit, Steve Burgess welcomes the decision by Green members to back a co-operation agreement with the Scottish Government.
Edinburgh’s ‘coal’ canal celebrates its 200th birthday next year, with a renewed role in tackling climate change. Gavin Corbett explains.
Edinburgh can choose to lead the world in this year of the global climate summit, say Claire Miller and Steve Burgess
Recent flash floods are a stark reminder of the urgent action we need to take on the climate emergency, says Lorna Slater.
David Attenborough’s Extinction documentary is yet another wake-up call, says Alison Johnstone.
Recent flooding in Edinburgh and Broxburn may be a foretaste of many such events if we are not serious about climate change, warns Alison Johnstone.
Steve Burgess welcomes the first Report of the Edinburgh Climate Commission.
Green councillors have warmly welcomed a new report on a Green Recovery from Coronavirus but warned that the test lies in translating good ideas into real action.
The Climate emergency must be next crisis we tackle says Alison Johnstone.
Edinburgh’s declaration of a climate emergency must be backed by a climate budget. That is according to the city’s eight Green councillors as they publish proposals for the council’s budget meeting this week.
The urgency of tackling the climate emergency must not be crowded out by Brexit in the looming Westminster election.
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 to limit school climate strikers to only one authorised absence a year.
Green Councillors have won the unanimous backing of Edinburgh Council for a ‘2030 Climate Emergency’ proposal.
City of Edinburgh Council has today agreed that school students absent in support of “climate strikes” will not be punished for doing so.