It became rapidly apparent that this is a hugely complex area to study .
Visiting Happy Valley always has something new or different to reveal.
We’d been here many times before, at all times of year, but, on this Sunday in mid-June, we timed it just right for seeing the bird-life of the cliff-face opposite
“This is a step in the right direction – a Bill that is strong enough to transform Scotland’s climate commitments into ambitious action.”
“Environmental challenges like climate change, biodiversity loss, pollution and resource depletion threaten our future sustainability.”
Orkney’s harbours are unique throughout the UK in that they are owned by Orkney Islands Council with the exception of St Margaret’s Hope.
“We need to move rapidly to a more circular economy because the climate and ecological emergencies we face are partly driven by what and how much we consume.”
Coastal erosion due to ice melt is creating problems across the north of Canada.
For those who like to dip a toe – or a bit more – into Scotland’s waters and enjoy swimming in our seas SEPA is providing bathers with water quality updates.
£670,000 of funding was secured for the project from the European Regional Development Fund in August last year