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When a developer messes up somewhere, he hurts the industry everywhere
Guest post by Kelsie Pettit, Energy and Climate Policy Officer, RSPB Scotland The above words, spoken by a colleague from Birdlife International at the European launch of the Good Practice Wind project (GP Wind), are a reflection on the global community in which we live. Our insatiable media and...
23 Aug 2012
What are the fossil fuel numbers behind climate change?
Helen Blenkharn, Climate Change Policy Officer Last year Rolling Stone magazine published an eye-opening article called ‘Global warming’s terrifying new math’ which said three numbers should be enough to convince you that we’re in serious trouble: Scientists agree that average...
16 Jan 2013
Conducting the Renewables Orchestra – a step towards strategic planning for onshore wind in Scotland?
Alexa Morrison, RSPB Scotland Conservation Policy Officer (Climate and energy) How is the revised Scottish Planning Policy shaping up for wildlife and for tackling climate change? Here are some of our thoughts so far... Here in the planning team at RSPB Scotland, good planning policy is music to...
16 Jul 2013
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