SCCS briefing on the Report to Scottish Parliament under Section 33 of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009 on the first annual target
SCC technical briefing: Fracking for shale gas
The Stop Climate Chaos position on a UK shale gas industry and a technical briefing on fracking and its impacts - for those wanting in depth analysis. For the key points, see the summary briefing.
SCC summary briefing: Fracking for shale gas
The Stop Climate Chaos Coalition position on a UK shale gas industry and some key information about the fracking process and its impacts on the global climate, natural environment, fuel bills and jobs.
Fracking: Unconventional, unnecessary and unwanted
Ed Davey MP talks about Rio+20, growth and renewable energy
As part of the Rio Connection, Ed Davey MP, Minister for Energy and Climate Change joined with panellists from Transition Town Kingston, Tearfund, Christian Aid and Juice from your Roof, to discuss issues around the Rio+20 earth summit.
Rio Connection: Taking Action in the UK
The Rio+20 summit in Brazil galvanized activists from across the UK
Common Concerns about Wind Power (2011)
Evidence-based analysis that draws on peer-reviewed academic research and publicly funded stories to address issues such as bird-strike, shadow flicker, noise, impace on property prices and 'wind turbine syndrome'. - Published May 2011 by the Centre for Sustainable Energy
Just Do It (2011)
Just Do It explores the underground world of UK climate activism, following direct action groups such as Climate Camp and Plane Stupid.
Wind of Change (2011)
A short film telling the story of the village of Fintry in rural Stirlingshire. After long negotiations they became the first village in the UK to enter a joint-venture agreement with a wind farm developer that secured a wind turbine for the community. Fintry has given free insulation to more than half of all households in the village and is now embarking on new ambitious projects to eventually make the village carbon-neutral. Running time: 14 minutes
A short film explaining what climate change is and why it is so important to indigenous peoples. Running time: 21 minutes