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The Scottish Wildlife Trust has welcomed ambitious proposals for reducing Scotland’s carbon emissions, but has also highlighted seven areas where further action is needed.
Plans to develop a forward-thinking landscape partnership across the Garnock Valley in Ayrshire have been given the go ahead following a funding award from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
As the nights draw in Edinburgh Living Landscape is asking people to share their images of seasonal change for a new photography competition called Autumn Changes Edinburgh.
Coigach and Assynt Living Landscape Partnership has secured funding worth £2.9 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund, with additional support from other funders.
Scotland’s first snorkel trail has been created in the north west Highlands by the Scottish Wildlife Trust as part of its Living Seas programme.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has set out a new approach to the way that Scotland’s uplands are managed, including financial incentives to encourage good environmental stewardship and regulations that achieve more sustainable management of deer and
The pollen and nectar production of millions of flowers in urban meadows across the UK has been comprehensively measured to help conservationists work out how best to boost pollinators including bees and butterflies.
If you're a fan of the BBC series Highlands – Scotland’s Wild Heart you might want to learn more about Handa Island.