Scottish Greens rule out electoral pacts after accusing SNP of ‘world-leading hypocrisy’
Ahead of a conference vote ruling out any electoral pact, Scottish Green co-leader Lorna Slater attacked the SNP’s environmental credentials
MEMBERS OF the Scottish Green Party have voted overwhelmingly to rule out any electoral pacts with the SNP or others at the party’s conference in Inverness today (13 October), citing the Scottish Government’s environmental record.
The CommonSpace Show - Youth Climate Strikes Special
In this special edition of our fortnightly CommonSpace Show, journalists Rhiannon J Davies and David Jamieson are joined by 15-year-old Erin Curtis, one of the organisers of last week's massive climate strikes that saw an around 10-15,000 people take to the streets of Glasgow.
'By far the most ambitious anywhere in the world': Scottish Parliament backs new target of 75% carbon emissions reduction by 2030
New 75 per cent by 2030 target “by far the most ambitious statutory target of any country anywhere in the world,” Climate Change Minister Roseanna Cunningham states
#GlobalClimateStrike: Scotland joins voices from around the world
Thousands across Scotland joined millions across the world to demand action in the face of the climate emergency
SCOTLAND has joined with nations across the world in a global strike demanding action to halt the climate emergency that threatens the future of the human race.
Richard Murphy: A Green New Deal for Scotland
"If we don't take action, we could be charged with genocide."
COMMONSPACE August Forum featured a talk from Richard Murphy on his plans for a Green New Deal for Scotland.
He states that the Green New Deal is about three things: tackling climate change; dealing with biodiversity; and challenging the inequalities that have been created in our society.