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General Initiatives – organisational change
Resource Efficient Scotland – helping organisations across Scotland save money by using resources more efficiently. They provide free, specialist advice and on-site support to help decision makers in business, public and third-sector organisations cut their energy, water and raw material costs.
Environment Agency
Scottish Environmental Protection Agency
Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group – scenario planning for a low carbon future, with industry case studies.
The Carbon Trust
The Sustainable Development Commission – the government’s independent watchdog
Transition Network– an introduction to the concepts, principles and practices of Transition around the world
The Ashden Trust and its awards: a grant-making charity that focusses, primarily, on environmental projects.

The Cool IT Leaderboard from Greenpeace, an assessment of which firms are leading efforts to address the causes of climate change.

Environmental News
Guardian – Environment
Green Futures
New Scientist – Environment
Rob Edwards’ Blog
Greenpeace blog
Friends of the Earth

Latest Philosophy around Climate Change
Clive Hamilton – Requiem for a Species
Resilience Alliance – Panarchy
New Economics Foundation – The Great Transition
Climate Denial – a blog exploring the topic of the psychology of climate change denial

Latest Science
Plugged In – The end of the oil age, A World Wildlife Fund Report, by Gary Kendall
Mark Lynas, climate change blogger and author of Six Degrees
DECC’s 10 facts on climate science
New Scientist’s Environment Instant Expert
Real Climate – Climate Science from Climate Scientists
See the changes yourself via NASA’s Earth Observatory

Thin Ice – 2013 documentary on climate science

Sustainable development & politics
DCMS’ Climate Change Plan
Lib-Con Coalition’s Climate Change Programme
Department of Energy & Climate Change
Green Party
Scottish Green Party
The Constant Economy – Zac Goldsmith
Jonathon Porritt

Paul Gilding – The Great Disruption as TED talk
Green Alliance – environmental thinktank

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