Member stories

Scotland's Climate Change Minister, Stewart Stevenson MSP, with Stop Climate Chaos' 'Suitcase of Hope'

Minister packs Scotland's 'Suitcase of Hope' ahead of Durban climate talks

As he prepares to pack his suitcase and join the UK delegation at the COP17 climate talks in Durban, Stewart Stevenson MSP, today received a few ex

Sustainable energy stymied

Sustainable energy projects are a chance for councils to tackle climate change, kick-start the economy and create jobs, but policy and funding barr

Draft budget fails to adequately fund climate change action

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland is disappointed at the failure to adequately tackle climate change in the draft Budget.

Scottish Government risks undermining its own plans

The Scottish Government is being urged not to backtrack on Scotland’s world-leading climate change laws, and to seriously consider the wider implic

Sustainable Procurement Bill welcomed

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland (SCCS) today welcomed the inclusion of a Sustainable Procurement Bill in the Scottish Government’s legislative programm

SCCS calls on Scots Tory MEP to support tougher EU climate change targets

Tomorrow, Tuesday 5th July, the European Parliament will vote on whether Europe should commit to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2020 (th

New Scottish Government must deliver on climate change

23 senior representatives from Scotland's largest civil society coalition, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland (SCCS), have today handed a giant postcard t

Scots get ready to log on to first ever online climate change debate

John Swinney meets voters in Perthshire North

Environment on the menu at climate cafes

Cake, a cuppa and climate change will all be on the menu this spring as a series of special events aims to give voters across Scotland the chance t

SCCS 'disappointed' by Scottish Government’s lack of public engagement on climate change

A civil society group representing over two million Scots has responded with “disappointment” to today’s publication of the Scottish Government’s P

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