Scotland's three main faiths have come together this weekend in an unprecedented plea to government ministers to raise the game on climate change. They have warned Scotland must toughen its plans to cut the pollution warming the globe to help prevent millions from dying in poor countries.
Protestant, Catholic and Islamic leaders are urging the Scottish National Party not to abandon its manifesto commitment to mandatory targets to reduce climate pollution by three per cent a year.
They have come out in support of demands made by Stop Climate Chaos Scotland - a new coalition of more than 30 groups with at least 1.5 million supporters. The coalition's campaign for more action to tackle climate change, also being launched today, is backed by the Sunday Herald.