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Liz Murray, head of Scottish campaigns. It's heartening to hear that President Obama has stood up to Big Oil by rejecting the permit for the Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline sought by Canadian o...
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Last blog post of the year. Season's greetings everyone!
A year of extremes. Posted on 23 December, 2011 by Per Fischer. 2011 wasn'ta great year for the environment or the climate, and, after this year, few of us will be in any doubt about what is meant...
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Love cycling? Interested in environmental issues and up for a challenge: Big Green Bike Ride May 2012
We are linking up with Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland to raise funds through the Big Green Bike Ride cycling from London to Edinburgh. You can also select to cycle part of th...
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Apart from a good reading list of novels that incorporate climate change, it's a very interesting article. Not sure I get the headline, though.
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We've been neglecting our G+ page for too long - this has got to stop, so here's our latest parliamentary briefing http://www.foe-scotland.org.uk/briefingSCJCstage3
Friends of the Earth Scotland is the leading organisation in Scotland that is working for environmental justice and campaigning for the planet and its people.
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Our new short G+ url: gplus.to/foescotland - get yours here
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Nuclear has such a bad rep. I wonder why...
Oops! Bit of a gap between posts, going against my determination to put up something constructive each week. Excuse? Well, I was down at The National Archives doing research for my thesis. Some int......
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Come along in Edinburgh 11 January
Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, post...
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Better late than never
Chancellor George Osborne announces an additional £100m of funding for renewable energy in Scotland.
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From the Guardian, updated today (10 Nov)
Firms announce CCS plans for Peterhead power station following collapse of £1bn proposals for Longannet
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Scotland’s leading environmental campaigning organisation