Monthly Archives: June 2011

A bit of a tram-a-lama ding dong…

I spent some time this morning making my first ever deputation to a full meeting of the City of Edinburgh Council. The Council will vote this evening on whether to scrap or continue with the troubled Edinburgh Tram project. I … Continue reading

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The M74 extension that should never have been built

Tomorrow morning (28 June), a minor member of the royal family will visit Glasgow to officially open the M74 northern extension, a five-mile, six-lane elevated urban motorway that Friends of the Earth Scotland has long opposed and that should never … Continue reading

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Reflections on a European trip

I am writing this just after I’ve sat down on the high speed ‘railjet’ from Budapest to Munich.  I’m on the start of the long trip back across Europe after speaking at a climate law seminar organised by Friends of … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court intervention: hand-delivering two boxes full of 15 lever arch files

On Monday afternoon, around four o’clock I received a text from Juliet Swann asking if there was any chance that I’d be viagra vendita on line italia up for a day trip to London leaving tomorrow morning. I was free … Continue reading

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Access to environmental justice: The Supreme Court intervention

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My work experience at FoES…

By Doug Sinclair, a student at Glasgow Academy who did his work experience placement at Friends of the Earth Scotland in June 2011… At school, I was told my work experience would give me a taster of what working life … Continue reading

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One week in post

My first week as Chief Executive is now past, and an eventful week it was too. viagra online pharmacy We held our annual AGM and hosted a conference on land rights over the weekend, both of which were well attended … Continue reading

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