Are EU In or Out? A Green Questions and Answers Guide by Dr Craig Dalzell.
No, the EU didn't just ban alcohol minimum pricing... but even if they did, we can still do something.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is an independent organisation working to inspire social change through research, policy and practice. In the last couple of years, they have done some insightful and challenging work on housing, poverty and climate justice in the UK.
Greener Scotland has loads of tips and tricks for going greener in home energy, transport, food and waste.
The Scottish Government's data on Scotland's carbon footprint and policy priorities for reduction: www.gov.scot/Topics/Statistics/Browse/Environment/Publications/carbonfootprint9812
An ecological or environmental footprint measures the amount of nature's resources an individual, community or a country consumes on a given year. This includes the amount of land and water needed to produce the goods consumed and assimilate/absorb the wastes generated. The world is currently consuming 1.6 planets, with the UK average at 3.5.
The Global Footprint Network is the think tank which first established the data-driven metric and calculates Footprint Accounts to help us work towards a one-planet future.
Zero Carbon Britain is the flagship research project from the Centre for Alternative Technology, showing that a modern, zero-emissions society is possible using technology available today.
You can find their latest reports and resources here:zerocarbonbritain.com/zcb-latest-report
The Story of Stuff Project started in 2007 and has created a number of short on-line animations that vividly highlight the difficulties of contemporary consumerism, and offer alternative possibilities of a more sharing society working for a healthy and just planet.