CASwiki news articles have a focus on news of community action for sustainability. This article is an offshoot from CASwiki's Scotland community action article and is for news and comment in that context. Image: The Princes Street Gardens and some buildings - left to right, the Scott Monument, the North British Hotel, Nelson's Monument and the City Observatory on Calton Hill, two bridges (Waverley in the foreground, North in the back), rooftops of Waverley Station - in Edinburgh.
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  • Plastic bag charge in Scotland sees usage cut by 80%, October 20, 2015[1]
  • Why Scotland should create its own currency: the ScotPound, September 10, 2015[2]
  • Why land reform must be urban too, August 26, 2015[3]
  • Scotland's Environment Secretary launches circular economy consultation, August 20, 2015[4] Circular economy will help create jobs and protect environment, say Friends of the Earth Scotland[5]

Jan-Jun 2015[edit | edit source]

Scottish land reform is on the agenda. And the rest of the UK should take note, June 25[6]

UK's first data service for towns and cities launches in Scotland, April 28[7]

Scotland's plastic bag usage down 80% since 5p charge introduced, April 17[8]

Scotland's path network extension plan unveiled, March 19[9]

Jul-Dec 2014[edit | edit source]

Local food revolution gathering pace, September 3[10]

Community Energy Policy Statement sets out the Scottish Government's record of support for community energy and new ambition for holistic local energy solutions, August 18[11]

Scottish Government says no to UK fracking plans, August 15[12]

Dunbar announced as Scotland's first Zero Waste Town, August 6[13]

30 new marine reserves for Scotland, July 25[14]

Jan-Jun 2014[edit | edit source]

Half of children in Scotland getting to School on foot, bike or scooter, May 30[15]

"For the first time, anywhere in the world, a community-owned tidal turbine is generating electricity," Scottish energy minister Fergus Ewing, May 21[16]

Scottish universities given funding for low carbon projects, April 27[17]

Trying out low carbon electric bikes, April 11[18]

One tree at a time: restoring the forest of Caledon, February 3[19]

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