Two podcasts exploring the possibilities and challenges, including production, distribution and costs, of building hydrogen into the UK energy system.
The UK government’s decision to allow a new coal mine in west Cumbria is criticised by campaigners, scientists and the UK’s own Committee on Climate Change, for increasing emissions and undermining the UK’s credibility in COP26 climate negotiations. Sign Greenpeace’s petition.
From late 2021, 300 homes in Levenmouth, Fife, will be connected to a green hydrogen network for cooking and heating their homes.
Sign Oil Change International’s letter calling on the Inter-American Development Bank to stop funding oil and gas extraction and associated infrastructure.
Sign Oil Change International’s letter calling on the UK government to halt its policy that makes maximising economic oil and gas production a legal obligation.
Friends of the Earth Scotland, Scottish Environment LINK and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland brought together experts from six key sectors to share their ideas on how we cut emissions and improve lives.
From Oil to renewables. Alison Stuart describes how Aberdeen Climate Network is working to bring about change.
In July G20 governments will meet to plan the recovery from COVID-19. A new report shows that they are still bankrolling the climate crisis.
With little time to change the course of the climate crisis, here are a few positive developments.