No, the EU didn't just ban alcohol minimum pricing... but even if they did, we can still do something.
The Scottish Government's data on Scotland's carbon footprint and policy priorities for reduction: www.gov.scot/Topics/Statistics/Browse/Environment/Publications/carbonfootprint9812
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.
The ethical consumer evaluates products and companies on a range of ethical criteria.
This is an interesting TED talk on the limits of using GDP as a measure of prosperity, and offers an alternative approach to measuring wellbeing and progress.
The new Economics Foundation (NEF) is the UK's leading think tank promoting social, economic and environmental justice. Their aim is to transform the economy so that it works for people and the planet.
“Scottish Greens are consistently opposed to fracking. With more Green MSPs in the Scottish Parliament, we will stand up for our communities and keep the pressure on. Fracking is a distraction from a cleaner, jobs rich energy future that benefits everyone, rather than a few multinationals."