Category Archives: Climate Change

Lampooning the Media

I’ve not seen the satirical movie ‘Don’t Look Up‘, but on the strength of climate campaigner George Monbiot’s opening statement, I’ll rectify the omission! His column is another in GB’s Climate Change series, a series culled from reports, surveys and … Continue reading

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Cairngorms By eBike

Jamies Lafferty takes a hike on a bike through some of Scotland’s most beautiful countryside, host to lush forests, red deer and buzzards. This is an out-of-season guided cycle trip around Braemar revealing a landscape in a state of flux. … Continue reading

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Fly-Tipping Mafia

Environmental activist George Monbiot takes a look at the craft of fly-tipping, usually done by small rogue firms trying to save money by not taking the materials to the local city recycle plant. They price a job cheaply to get … Continue reading

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COP26: What Next?

After the expected watering down of COP26 held in Glasgow, the Agreement’s key aspects compromised by India and China, enironmental activist George Monbiot takes a long, cold look at what we must do to stop mankind wiping out floar and … Continue reading

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COP26 is Doomed

The sight of Boris Johnson jetting up to Glasgow to deliver a haltingly bad speech full of waffle – switch on BBC news bulletins at various times of the day to witness excerpts contradict each other – and jetting back … Continue reading

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Scotland and Climate

This is the seventh article in our series on the climate crisis, with no apology for it being from the UK’s foremost activisit on Climate Change, writer George Monbiot. He points out that the Land for the Many report, which … Continue reading

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Killing the Planet

CAPITALISM IS KILLING THE PLANET by George Monbiot There is a myth about human beings that withstands all evidence. It’s that we always put our survival first. This is true of other species. When confronted by an impending threat, such … Continue reading

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COP26 – a Film

This a film you can watch of 90 minute duration on how Climate Change affects indigenous people. The UK based environmental charity the Tairona Heritage Trust today releases the environmental film Aluna, documenting the indigenous South American tribe from the Andes, … Continue reading

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COP26 – The Facts

This is Grouse Beater’s third article on the planet’s impending dweath if homosapiens do not reduce the speed and ferocity with which we are plundering its resources and fogging up the atmosphere. Remarkable, when it comes to a cross-roads in … Continue reading

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Played For Fools

The former First Minister of Scotland, the Right Hon Alex Salmond MP, now leader of the ALBA party reminds us we are still at the mercy of vindictive colonials who think Scotland has to be tamed. This is what London … Continue reading

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