“Last Week, during the severe Weather, the Post-boy from Dumfries to Thornhill was found frozen to death upon his Horse.”
The second phase of flooding was one of the most disastrous natural events to occur in Central Europe during the past millennium
Around midmorn on Whitsun, June 8th of 1783, in clear and calm weather,a black haze of sand appeared to the north of the mountains nearest the farms of the Siða area.
“The trends are all the same because the trends are so large.” Gavin Schmidt, director of GISS, NASA
It is so far estimated that HIAL’s modernisation plans have cost £9million.
Orcadian images are amongst those shortlisted for Historic Environment Scotland’s (HES) Visions of Climate Heritage competition.
The Scottish Government has welcomed all 81 recommendations produced by Scotland Citizen’s Assembly and those of the Children’s Parliament
“This Budget focuses on tackling the climate emergency, reducing inequalities and supporting economic recovery. “
“It is evident from the new data that Scotland has a huge incineration problem, which is currently increasing unchecked” Kim Pratt, circular economy campaigner at FoES
“Last month, the world came to Glasgow to agree global action on the climate emergency. The message was clear that together, as counties, companies, or communities – we all have a role to play.” Terry A’Hearn, Chief Executive of SEPA