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  • Environmental Justice

    Barbarism in Dakota

    It’s Thanksgiving – and what better way to celebrate than blowing someone’s arm off with a grenade? 21 year-old Sophia Wilansky was one of several hundred […]

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    Mike Small 25th Nov'16 6
  • Environmental Justice

    Responsibilities

    Walking in the hills for pleasure prodded the land access movement – the ‘unshakeable’ Scottish attitude that ‘the countryside is ours’, as Adam Watson puts […]

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    Alec Finlay 29th Aug'16 11
  • Arts & Culture

    The Shieling Project

    This weekend I was lucky enough escape the Edinburgh Festivals and headed North to visit The Shieling Project in Struy, Glen Strathfarrar. The project is […]

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    Mairi McFadyen 22nd Aug'16 7
  • Environmental Justice

    Crapitalism – a Rubbish Exhibition

    “Crapitalism – a rubbish exhibition” opens at The Creative Exchange, Leith tonight Friday 17 June at 6.30pm by Leithers Don’t Litter who argue: “together, we really […]

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    Mike Small 17th Jun'16 1
  • Environmental Justice

    Fracking Posturing

    Do Labour actually want to see fracking in Scotland? Looks like it. Because a fracking free-for-all is the real risk of their pointless political gesture […]

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    Joan McAlpine 2nd Jun'16 45
  • Environmental Justice

    Gasland-Scotland

    As Shell outlines for the first time what a ‘below 2C’ climate change scenario looks like, as a new report shows that fracking wells released […]

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    Mike Small 11th May'16 33
  • Economics
    Katherine Trebeck 8th May'16 5
  • Environmental Justice
    Daibhidh Rothach 27th Jan'16 34
  • Environmental Justice
    Daibhidh Rothach 8th Jan'16 12
  • Environmental Justice
    Louise Ramsay 8th Dec'15 10
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  • Environmental Justice

    Credo (Heresy alert!)

    Economics is much more than the study of money, writes Paul Mobbs. It is a belief system, and in its ‘mainstream’ incarnation, one that serves […]

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    Paul Mobbs 15th Nov'15 6
  • Environmental Justice

    Paris Texas

    This week, it was announced that Shell had pulled out of a multi-billion dollar project in Canada’s tar sands. The infrastructure to take one of […]

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    Maggie Chapman 1st Nov'15 20
  • Environmental Justice

    Renminbi Me

    As China buys into ‘The Most Expensive White Elephant in British History’ we explore what it might mean for Scotland. This must be a poignant […]

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    Alistair Davidson 21st Oct'15 32

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