By Cameron Macpherson With local council elections having just taken place, there are a lot of positive changes that could take place in coming months. Especially in terms of transport. First on the agenda is the introduction of bus franchising, … Continue reading What Could Glasgow’s Transport Future Look Like?
By Cameron Macpherson 97% of Scottish lochs and reservoirs have shown dramatic increase in water temperature. A recent report published by Scotland’s Centre of Expertise for Waters (CREW) shows that between 2015 and 2019, 97% of Scottish lochs and reservoirs … Continue reading Scottish Lochs Feeling Full Force of Climate Crisis
By Cameron Macpherson The West Highland Way is one of the world’s most famous hiking trips. Stretching for 96 miles from Milngavie to Fort William, the walk treats hikers to some of the most breathtaking and vibrant scenery Scotland has … Continue reading Rising Clyde’s Guide To The West Highland Way
By Cameron Macpherson As fuel costs soar and the climate emergency heightens, alternatives to fossil fuels are desperately needed. Nuclear energy may still have a ‘dirty’ past, but it guarantees an enormous capacity of clean, reliable energy – which is … Continue reading Nuclear Energy: The Climate Hero Nobody Wants, But The Hero We All Need
By Cameron Macpherson Glasgow’s south side is in somewhat of a renaissance period. It’s a traditional neighbourhood that has kept a lot of its core elements, even against the changing identity of the city. Very much a separate entity from … Continue reading Grow Your Own Way – The Glasgow Charity Promoting Sustainability Through Gardening
By Cameron Macpherson The days of Glasgow drive-thrus popping up look numbered, as a councillor’s bid to reject the building of new drive-thrus was passed last week. Glasgow councillor Christy Mearns put the motion forward, championing for quicker action towards … Continue reading Glasgow Set To Vote on Curtailing Drive-Thrus to Combat the Climate Emergency
by Cameron Macpherson With the wheels of the climate emergency spiraling out of control. As world leaders scramble to meet the target global warming temperature of 1.5 degrees, agreed at the 2015 Paris climate summit. Year upon year, there’s an increase in natural disasters caused by climate change. Perpetual wildfires in California and Australia. Cyclones sweep the Caribbean, central Africa and the Pacific Islands with such high frequency they could be doing laps of the Earth. As we all become desensitized to these news stories broadcasting the Earth, our Earth, collapsing in front of us, one might ask oneself: How … Continue reading ‘A road not taken’ – The US President who predicted climate change
by Cameron Macpherson With the wheels of the climate emergency spiraling out of control. As world leaders scramble to meet the target global warming temperature of 1.5 degrees, agreed at the 2015 Paris climate summit. Year upon year, there’s an … Continue reading Opinion: ‘A road not taken’ – The US President who predicted climate change