Let’s go greener together

People across Scotland are being encouraged to ‘Go Greener Together’ and to help make Scotland a cleaner, greener place to live. Whether at home, at work or in the community,

VIDEO: A Day to Celebrate Scotland’s Wildlife

The Scottish Wildlife Trust’s National Members’ Day, held in Edinburgh recently, saw wildlife filmmaker Simon King together with a number of special guests, inspire a bumper crowd of 300 members

Hughes elected to global conservation council

The Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Director of Conservation Jonathan Hughes has been elected to the Council of the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization after securing enough votes from IUCN

The last red squirrel in Scotland?

To celebrate the start of Red Squirrel Week, the Scottish Wildlife Trust has launched a campaign which calls on nature lovers to help save the red squirrel from extinction in

Scottish Wildlife Trust calls for greener CAP

The Scottish Wildlife Trust has called for a greener Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that protects and enhances wildlife and the ecosystems on which farming depends. Ahead of critical decisions on

Q&A with Simon King ahead of Members’ Day

Ahead of his appearance at the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s National Members’ Day on 29 September, filmmaker and Wildlife Trusts President Simon King spoke to us about wildlife watching in Scotland,

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