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  • Climate Change

    Oxfam Scotland’s 2011

    It’s great to keep an international perspective with this the latest of our Hopes & Visions series which runs through January. See also Justin Kenrick […]

    Aideen McLaughlin 11th Jan'11 2
  • Climate Change

    Beyond the Stupid Economy

    The real issue is not the relationship between sovereignty and prosperity but between prosperity and growth. Ireland’s real ‘crime’ was not to be independent, or […]

    Mike Small 22nd Nov'10 2
  • Anti-Capitalism
    Derek Wall 18th Aug'10 0
  • Climate Change
    Mike Small 21st Jul'10 3
  • Climate Change

    From Congo with Love

    The Big Tent, Scotland’s environmental festival (23rd-25th July) launches this Friday 23rd July with the first showing outside London of renowned photographer Rankin’s ‘From Congo […]

    Mike Small 19th Jul'10 1
  • Climate Change

    The Battle for Mainshill Wood

    This article from Rebecca Nada-Rajah on the recent battle for Mainshill Wood, where young people are leading the efforts to resist new coal against the […]

    Rebecca Nada-Rajah 15th Feb'10 0
  • Climate Change

    COP Out

    COP15 isn’t just a political failure it’s the failure of politics, leaving liberal lobbying exposed as a strategic model. Where does  that leave us in […]

    Mike Small 22nd Dec'09 7
  • Anti-Capitalism

    Lessons from Copenhagen

    As COP 15 teeters on the edge of failure and crisis, we ask, what’s happening? First the global connections between rich and poor are being […]

    Mike Small 16th Dec'09 2
  • Anti-Capitalism

    St Andrews Day 2010

    Saturday saw people travelling from Dumfries, Fife, the Borders, Glasgow and across central Scotland to be part of the Building a Movement for Yes event. […]

    Mike Small 30th Nov'09 13
  • Climate Change

    Carbon Futures

    As the SNP gathers in Inverness the slogan “It’s Scotland’s Oil” seems an awfully long time ago. We rightly celebrate the best climate change bill […]

    Mike Small 14th Oct'09 0
  • Climate Change

    Piscator

    This from Alastair McIntosh: “In the forecourt of Euston station sits a tractor-sized sculpture called Piscator. “Silvery and enigmatic”, said the Telegraph in its obituary […]

    Alastair McIntosh 3rd Oct'09 1

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