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  • 6 Mar 2023 admin

    Our Power

    Offshore workers’ demands for a just energy transition We need a rapid transition away from oil and gas that protects workers, communities and the climate. But the government has no plan to phase out oil and gas production in the North Sea. Oil and gas workers are ready to lead a just transition away from…


  • 8 Feb 2023 admin

    Seeds for a Revolution: Reclaiming Our Food System

    This publication was created through research from the Blueprint Architect Group, a local food justice research group coordinated by Platform in Tower Hamlets. It is a part one of a series of 3. Part 2 will be launched by July 2023. Many people, communities and organisations across the UK are responding to local issues in…

    Seeds for a Revolution: Reclaiming Our Food System

  • Gifts from the Sea

    The Oil Machine in Cromarty The Stagecoach bus judders and swerves as it takes the bend past Braehead and Davidston, past the fields of stubble and grazing sheep. The driver knows these empty roads on The Black Isle intimately and is eager to reach the journey’s end. Suddenly, over the crest of the hill, Cromarty…

    Gifts from the Sea

  • The Lie of the Land

    The Oil Machine in Inverness The words of Sir David King, head of the Climate Crisis Advisory Group, haunt me. Speaking at the launch of The Oil Machine film, he explained his view on what has been taking place since 2019. “What we have experienced in the last three years is a series of extreme…

    The Lie of the Land

  • 30 Oct 2022 admin

    Potential clean job creation in regions with high oil & gas employment

    This place-based analysis, commissioned by Platform, examines the potential for clean job creation in Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire, Fife & Tayside, Tyneside and Teesside. These four regions all have significant current employment within the oil & gas sector and its supply chains. This includes people employed in workplaces within these regions, in addition to local residents…


  • Enough is Enough!

    Medway’s resistance to an unjust transition. Down the canyon of Chatham High Street comes the march. Banner of Medway Trades Council proudly to the fore. Chants and shouts echoing off the shopfronts and the buildings above. “Enough is Enough! Enough is Enough!” Past the pound shops and the charity shops. Past the boarded up windows…

    Enough is Enough!

  • Who Owns the Wind?

    The promise of a publicly owned renewable energy system The North Westerly gale billows and shakes the heavy white pvc of the marquee on the Portsoy harbourside, Aberdeenshire. Festival goers drift from stall to stall, under the pallid light of sun through plastic, dithering over the t-towels and pots of honey. At one end of…

    Who Owns the Wind?

  • 26 May 2022 james

    The Cardinal’s Song

    In honour of Suzi Gablik and her bright bold inspiring words

    The Cardinal’s Song

  • ‘Oil is the poison’

    Action is the antidote’ – sixteen days in the movement to end fossil fuels. At 8.25 on Friday 15th April, as the rush hour traffic poured off the M4 at Chiswick, four activists stepped out in front of an Eddie Stobart oil tanker. Two held up a banner declaring ‘Just Stop Oil’ whilst two others…

    ‘Oil is the poison’

  • Tectonic shifts – the energy crisis and the leap beyond – The Economic War, part 4

    Shell declares it may go back into Cambo and the oilfield’s exploration license is extended by two years. The British government pushes for renewed drilling in the UK North Sea. There is public outcry at the Chancellor’s failure to defend households from the attack on living standards driven by price inflation. The Russian government announces…

    Tectonic shifts – the energy crisis and the leap beyond – The Economic War, part 4