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What the BiFab disaster tells us about class rule

In the first of what we hope will be a series of further perspectives on BiFab following the article we posted six days ago David Jamieso… 979 more words


'Green Industrial Revolution’? Not with this plan

Boris Johnson’s ten point plan has received largely uncritical responses from the main stream media. We’re pleased to repost here the Campaign Against Climate Change’s… 2,384 more words


BiFab - time for action

On November 16th, 2017, hundreds of workers at the BiFab fabrication yards in Fife marched down Edinburgh’s Royal Mile towards the Scottish Parliament in a magnificent show of determination to save their jobs. 1,204 more words


Large scale investment in Carbon Capture is a dangerous diversion

This site has published a number of articles on Carbon Capture and we have also produced a two-page briefing on BECCS (Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage).  284 more words


Scotland’s North Sea Oil and Gas workers: the fight for a Just Transition: Part 2 - The Final Storm?

Oil Rig at sea during a storm (iStock).

Climate crises, Covid-19 and a looming global recession: how many more storms can the N Sea oil and gas industry take? 2,320 more words


The Urgency of Now - Climate Jobs and Just Transition

The Cop26 Coalition is holding a global gathering from the 12th – 16th November. Register here.

Scot.E3’s contribution to the gathering is ‘The Urgency of Now – Climate Jobs and Just Transition’ which takes place at 6pm on the 15th November. 242 more words


Hydrogen for homes is a terrible idea. We should fight it

We’re pleased to be able to repost this article by Gabriel Levy which was first published on the People and Nature blog. Do check out the People and Nature site which has a wealth of useful and informative resources and follow the site on Twitter @peoplenature… 2,816 more words