This week’s debate on Scotland’s EU exit Bill has strengthened Scotland’s future environmental watchdog, but does not go far enough to protect Scotland’s nature.
“We want real action”. A two-week, youth led COP26 with participants from around the world, raising ambitions for next year’s COP26 in Glasgow.
Scotland has made progress, but much still needs to be done to achieve the 2045 net-zero target.
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.
With help from the Pebble Trust, local volunteers have planted 202 fruit fruit trees, including apples, plums and cherries.
The Woodland Trust is calling for Scotland’s tree planting targets to include at least 50% native woodland.
With Trish Robertson, chair of Highland Council’s Climate Change Working Group, and friends from climate/green groups across our region.
The report calls on the Scottish Government to increase its Climate Justice Fund to reach more communities globally, and to host pre-COP meetings with representatives from the global south.
Contact the project for details of their first public meeting on 3rd November.
Petition the EU to make a strong law to keep products linked to global deforestation out of the EU market.