Beyond GDP
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Jonny Hughes, Scottish Wildlife Trust's Director of Conservation writes on the dangers to the environment of being too focused on GDP as a measure of progress. “In the past few decades, Gross

Snow Patrol
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Our special collection of sheep, known as the ‘Flying Flock’, are given their matching orders, as they are rounded up near Ceres, in Fife, to move them closer to their winter

Our ambassador is ‘Top Scot’ for 2010.
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Mark Beaumont, the Scottish cyclist who only last month announced his new role as ambassador for the Scottish Wildlife Trust, has now been recognised as ‘Top Scot’ of 2010, in

How to help wildlife this winter
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As snow and ice covers much of the country this week, the Scottish Wildlife Trust has issued an appeal to the public today asking everyone to help look after Scotland’s

Wildlife Bill still needs rigorous improvement
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As the Wildlife and Natural Environment (Scotland) Bill undergoes scrutiny in the Scottish Parliament today (Thursday 2 December), we are urging Scottish Ministers to work rigorously to grasp this opportunity

Streamlining Sustainability Delivery
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Commenting on the news that the Scottish Government has decided to streamline sustainability delivery (http://www.scotland.gov.uk/News/Releases/2010/11/25162957): Jonny Hughes, Scottish Wildlife Trust Director of Conservation, said:  “The Sustainable Development Commission is central

Key stage in the fight against polluting
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Proposals to build a new coal-fired power station at Hunterston on the west coast of Scotland reach a critical stage today (Tuesday 16 November) with the start of a Judicial

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