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 can choose to lead the world in this year of the global climate summit, say Claire Miller and Steve Burgess
Steve Burgess welcomes the first Report of the Edinburgh Climate Commission.
There is only one credible route map for Edinburgh to recover from the coronavirus crisis, argues Steve Burgess.
The scale of loss of garden space to car parking or hard surfacing should give us all pause for thought, says Steve Burgess.
Edinburgh’s treatment of school climate strikers shows actions out of step with words, argues Steve Burgess.
Tory claims about their performance on carbon emissions need to be taken with a pinch of salt argues Steve Burgess.
£20,000 has been allocated through Edinburgh Council’s Neighbourhood Partnerships to the South East Locality for the promotion of local cultural and artistic events to take place in 2019, and applications…
Edinburgh can lead the way in tackling plastic pollution, argues STEVE BURGESS
Tackling Edinburgh’s litter problem should start with a deposit return scheme for cans and bottles, says Steve Burgess.
Today Edinburgh City Council agreed short term arrangements to break the political impasse that has gripped the city since the council elections on 4 May. Steve Burgess explains.
Green councillor Steve Burgess reflects on Edinburgh’s emerging post-election arrangements.
Councillor Steve Burgess today secured backing for City of Edinburgh Council to sign up to the European Sustainable cities declaration.
A “low carbon” Edinburgh is about what works for people and communities, argues Steve Burgess
Green councillor Steve Burgess welcomes the end of Right to Buy of council houses.
Can Edinburgh’s “City Deal” be the UK’s greenest City Deal, asks STEVE BURGESS
Cllr Steve Burgess welcomes the council’s progress in setting up its own energy services company but says the proof of the pudding will be in the (h)eating.
Edinburgh needs to change the way housing is “done” argues STEVE BURGESS