With little time to change the course of the climate crisis, here are a few positive developments.
How life could be different.
From environment groups to bankers, the call for green and fair measures is growing.
Skye Climate Action’s Steering Group held an encouraging meeting with local MP, Ian Blackford on how to ensure a health, fair and green recovery from COVID-19.
Atlas Arts invites moving image artists from across the UK to submit proposals for a community film looking at a future dealing with the COVID-19 and climate breakdown emergencies. Deadline 29th June.
Trish Rogers, co-coordinator of Skye Climate Action, speaks about Skye Climate Action and sustainability issues on Skye.
The planning inspectorate recommended to ministers that the 3.6GW gas plant was to be refused permission because it “would undermine the government’s commitment, as set out in the Climate Change Act 2008, to cut greenhouse emissions” by having “significant...
their statement of intent is at https://dumfriesgalloway.moderngov.co.uk/documents/s10204/NOM%20-%20Climate%20Emergency%20Declaration%20appendix%201.pdf
Highland Council Climate Change Panel had its second meeting in November. Minutes are at https://www.highland.gov.uk/meetings/meeting/4221/climate_change_panel
The Guardian published an interactive tool to check the voting record of your MP on Climate Change related issues. The article and the tool can be found here: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/ng-interactive/2019/oct/11/guardian-climate-score-how-did-your-mp-do