The Trust is urging decision-makers to place more value on green infrastructure following a new report published by the UK Green Building Council.
The Trust is challenging members of the public to spot otters at its Falls of Clyde Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve.
The Trust is commending research which could help Scotland’s capital become a safe haven for pollinators.
A groundbreaking initiative that aims to safeguard Scotland’s vital natural capital has released a new infographic to show how our whole economy is reliant on the health of our natural environment.
The Trust has maintained its opposition to a wind farm at a proposed UNESCO World Heritage Site in the far north of Scotland, despite the submission of revised plans by the developer.
As the long, dark days of winter are almost over, many of us resolve to improve our fitness in time for summer and cycling is one of the easiest ways to do so, not to mention great for the environment. We’re looking for enthusiastic cyclists to h
The Trust would like to see the reintroduction of the once native Eurasian lynx to Scotland and this view has been reiterated by the Trust’s Chief Executive, Jonny Hughes.
The Trust is encouraging people to burn off the extra Christmas calories by visiting any of it 120 reserves across Scotland.