Join us in a family-friendly gathering at the Skye Bridge on 6th November, as part of the Global Day for Climate Justice.
Highland Council Pension Fund is investing in mining, fossil fuels and arms: call for a Responsible Investment Charter
Groups across the Highlands are calling on the Highland Council Pension Fund to adopt a Charter for Responsible Investment that would evaluate investments against environmental, social and governance criteria.
Skye & Raasay Investment Plan – put forward your climate positive projects
An opportunity to put your climate-friendly projects on the map and sign up for more info.
Video of Highland Council Climate Conference now available
A wide range of presentations setting out the seriousness of the situation we are in and actions being carried out across Highland. Not to be missed.
Woodland Trust petition for native woodland planting in Scotland
The Woodland Trust is calling for Scotland’s tree planting targets to include at least 50% native woodland.
Strengthen Scotland’s new environment watchdog
Sign the petition.
Sign the petition to support farm payments for nature and climate
Support Amendment 21 to Scotland’s Agricultural Bill calling for agricultural payments to be tied to activities that help nature and the climate.
Tell the Inter-American Development Bank to stop funding oil and gas extraction.
Sign Oil Change International’s letter calling on the Inter-American Development Bank to stop funding oil and gas extraction and associated infrastructure.
Tell UK government to phase out oil and gas production
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.
Sign Climate Emergency EU’s open letter to EU and global leaders
The letter says “You must stop pretending that we can solve the climate-and-ecological crisis without treating it as a crisis.” Meanwhile, in UK, climate campaigners are challenging the Government’s green recovery plans, claiming they are inadequate and “clearly unlawful” in light of the UK’s obligations to reduce emissions.