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Don’t mention the climate!

At every COP meeting, the UK government has not missed the opportunity to commit to new climate targets; however, it’s actions suggest it was just for show. Since COP26, the…

Fighting the climate crisis with climate optimism

Levels of eco anxiety are at an all-time high, intensified by is what seen by many as a failed climate summit. Could optimism be an essential resource in confronting the…

In and Outside of COP26: Indigenous Movement Assembly

Indigenous people have been at the forefront of climate movements for centuries, yet their voices still often remain unheard in major climate negotiations. Indigenous peoples from all over the world…

If The ‘Earth’ Without ‘Art’ is Just ‘Eh’ Why Don’t We Make Less ‘Eh’ Art?

In Glasgow during COP26, naturally, the central theme of exhibitions is climate change. As with most media and artworks about the climate, diagnosis of the problem is very strong, but…

A cop-out COP

Deep in his dream, memories emerge of an event long ago… *** With the bash of the gavel and mop of his brow, Alok Sharma could finally clock out and…

COP26 People’s Summit: The movement beyond the negotiations

As week two of COP26 negotiations got off to a start, a different set of discussions were had, regarding the failings of the conference and how real climate action can…

Thousands embark on Glasgow for the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice

On Saturday 6th November, the city centre of Glasgow played host to one of the biggest ever protests seen in the city’s history. As politicians, lobbyists, and delegates met within…

Seachdain na Gàidhlig festival held in Edinburgh

This year’s Seachdain na Gàidhlig festival, to be held in Edinburgh, will have a specific focus on the climate, exploring the impact of climate change on island communities. The festival,…