‘All the signs are there that we are very close to some kind of tipping point, beyond which the planet as we know it, can’t recover. It is the duty of a nature writer to say that as often, and as loudly and as persuasively as possible. There’s nothing more important.’
Tag: Climate change
Local MP, Ian Blackford and many others showed support for the Greenpeace petition and attended special events to promote the campaign.
In an article penned especially for the Lochaber Times this week, Kate Willis and Andrew Squire, who are both founding members of the local branch of Extinction Rebellion, respond to news that counter terrorism police had branded the national organisation as an extremist ideology alongside such groups as Islamic extremists and Neo-Nazis.
New data shows that large parts of the Fort William area will be below the high tide level by 2025, the council says its flood protection scheme is robust enough.
George Baxter from Green Power chaired the meeting at which Argyll and Bute councillors Jim Lynch and Kieron Green discussed an ever pressing issue.