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Jean Nairn: Forests and woodlands both big and small could be our climate change champion

Today is the UN International Day of Forests, a chance to celebrate and raise awareness of the importance of all types of forests right across the world; from the Amazon to Aberdeen, Borneo to the Borders.
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Editorial: UK's warmest year on record is another warning about opportunities we must not miss

To use a grim but apt metaphor, the news that 2022 will be the UK’s warmest year on record is another dead canary in the coal mine warning us about the dangers of climate change.
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Joseph Carter: Why air pollution, a deadly threat, is getting worse as the world warms and wildfires rage

As we reflect on the last few months, it is clear that climate change is already affecting lives and lungs of millions of people worldwide.
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‘Cloud has darkened’ since COP26, but ‘brutal’ Russian invasion could spur climate action, says Alok Sharma

Current crises such as the rising cost of living, fears over energy security and the Covid-19 pandemic should “increase, not diminish” determination to deliver on what the world agreed in Glasgow, according to COP26 president Alok Sharma.
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COP26: Nicola Sturgeon says Cambo oil field should 'not get the green light'

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has declared she does not think the Cambo oil field should be given the green light as she revealed the COP26 summit has left her with a “renewed sense of responsibility to go further and faster” in tackling climate change.
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Hamish Trench: 'Green lairds' and investors buying Scottish land as a carbon store need to realise their responsibilities

With climate change inevitably becoming our main focus in the coming weeks, there is much talk of natural capital, ‘green finance’ and ‘green lairds’ in Scotland’s land market.
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Richard Dixon: Governments shouldn't think the public are daft about what needs to be done

A new public attitude survey on climate change shows that the public aren’t as daft as governments sometimes like to think.