On Saturday 20th October Glasgow Calls Out Polluters and Friends of the Earth presented Glasgow’s COP – Kick Out the Corporates
This post was originally published on the Scot.E3 website. At the event on 9th October there were contributions from Andy Georghiou, Brian Parkin and Neil Rothnie. In this post we’ve collated video, audio, Powerpoint slides and links which give a flavour of the discussion. Andy talked about the local and global role of INEOS and the importance of petrochemicals in the debate on just transition. Brian gave an overview of the rise of big oil, its dominance in the twentieth century and the necessity for its demise in the twenty first. Neil brought the discussion back to the importance of […]
Edinburgh CND’s meeting at #ewjf2020 started with Linda Pearson from Don’t Bank on the Bomb discussing the links between nuclear weapons and environmental degradation and then focused in on the dangers posed by the ageing and disintegrating nuclear reactors at Hunterston on the west coast of Scotland.
This event at #ewjf2020 was organised by Edinburgh Campaign Against the Arms Trade and Edinburgh Stop the War Coalition
The second event at the 2020 EWJF was organised by ‘If Not Us Then Who’. It focused on the devastating impact that PlusPetrol’s drilling and extraction activities in Peru have had on indigenous people. Here’s one of the three films that were shared during the discussion.
Gareth Dale speaking in the first of three talks that took place at the EWJF Book Fair 2019.
Asad Rehman from War on Want was the first speaker at the conference Asad was followed by contributions from Niamh McNulty (XR Scotland) and Zarina Ahmad (Ethnic Minorities Environmental Network).
Eurig Scandrett speaking at the 2019 EWJF for Edinburgh Action for Palestine
Walden Bello speaking at the event organised by Global Justice Now
Investigative journalist Rob Edwards was the second speaker at last night’s meeting hosted by Edinburgh CND – Rob spoke about nuclear secrecy and the risks posed by the ageing and damaged nuclear reactors at Hunterston on the west coast of Scotland