Blogs

COP26; a Vehicle for Change or Political Football?

Underwater by 2050? Later this year Glasgow will host the annual United Nation Climate Challenge COP26 Meeting of World Leaders ...
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Behind the Scenes of The St Andrews Green Film Festival 2020

Over the years the St Andrews Green Film Festival has taken many shapes and forms. In 2020 in it's own ...
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At The Forefront of Thrift Fashion

The Fashion Scene of St Andrews and Interview with Emma Walsh, Sustainable Style St Andrews In February, St Andrews, the ...
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Ecological Projects officer – post open

Here is an exciting short term post / job share in the University Environment Team! Closing date 3rd Feb 2020 ...
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The Plastic Dilemma

We all try to do our bit for the planet, so when it comes to household plastic, we religiously wash ...
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A group photo with Geoff Squires at the farm

Farming for the zero carbon future – a visit at James Hutton Institute

Today we heard from Climate Change Commission that UK must cut land use emissions by two thirds to meet our ...
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What to Eat Now – January

Are you doing Veganuary? Good for you! A few suggestions. On a vegan diet, it’s really important to make sure ...
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Annual temperature increase since 1884 in Scotland

Green new year resolutions from the Transition team

Climate change-driven fires burning up Australia, biblical floods in Indonesia, and the hottest decade on record worldwide...2020 is not even ...
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Scotland’s green future? Renewables versus oil and gas

Scotland is famed for many things which include golf, castles, grouse moors, salmon, whisky, clans, haggis, tartan, bagpipes, green energy ...
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Pittarthie Christmas Fayre!

On Saturday 14 December, from 11am to 2pm, was the date in the diary for the annual Pittarthie Christmas Fayre ...
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Interhall Environment Competition Over November 2019

The Winner of the first semester is... Congratulations to Deans Court for winning first place over November! They stole the ...
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We Have the Best Volunteers!

It goes without saying that the community gardens have the best volunteers! One would think that December is a quiet ...
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Climate Fife, Is it radical enough?

On Monday 2 December 2019, The Big Climate Conversation, hosted by Transition, was attended by people from across St Andrews ...
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A photo of Elliott and June with broadfork

It is all gone quiet at the Farm

As we near the end of the year, things are winding down at the Urban Farm and Community Food Garden ...
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Edible Campus Christmas Vegetables

By Isabelle Low Whether your centrepiece is a turkey (hopefully organic and free range) or like me a stuffed portobello ...
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