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Taking the steps we need to decarbonise our economy

Lorna Slater MSP on the benefits of tackling wasteful production of packaging and creating a sustainable future.


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Climate justice is something that we can achieve together

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.


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Historic agreement welcome but won’t be plain-sailing

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.


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Bicentenary marks a new era for Union Canal

Edinburgh’s ‘coal’ canal celebrates its 200th birthday next year, with a renewed role in tackling climate change. Gavin Corbett explains.


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Harnessing Edinburgh’s Enlightenment

Edinburgh can choose to lead the world in this year of the global climate summit, say Claire Miller and Steve Burgess


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Edinburgh can’t ignore climate extremes

Recent flash floods are a stark reminder of the urgent action we need to take on the climate emergency, says Lorna Slater.


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Extinction rebellion

David Attenborough’s Extinction documentary is yet another wake-up call, says Alison Johnstone.


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Flooding alert

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.


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Forward, Faster, Together

Steve Burgess welcomes the first Report of the Edinburgh Climate Commission.


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Green councillors welcome Climate Commission proposals on Green Recovery

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.