Scotland

Joint Statement on Paris Agreement

Together with a group of environment, international development and faith organisations across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, we have issued this joint statement to UK party leaders following President Trump's announcement to withdraw from the Paris Agreement.

 

The UK has a proud record of international action on climate change, including introducing the ground-breaking Climate Change Act, and shaping the Paris agreement of 2015.

Food and the Environment: How what we eat impacts the planet

Food Researchers in Edinburgh (FRiED) and RSPB Scotland, on behalf of the Scottish Food Coalition, are hosting a talk and open discussion on Food and the Environment: How what we eat impacts the planet.

We are delighted to be able to welcome Professor Tim Benton to give a talk on the impacts of our food system on the environment.

Register here to book your place.

'Not in our backyard – Not in their market garden'

Co-hosted by Stirling Methodist Church and Friends of the Earth Stirling. The main speaker will be Dr. Julia Edwards, a church mission partner of the Methodist Church. She is working with the Pacific Council of Churches as a climate researcher. This is very much a hands on job as much of her work involves working with communities affected by adverse weather events. This includes working with communities in the planning for and assisting with the relocation of whole villages from coastal areas.

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