‘This project has been on our horizon for a while, and with the current cost of living crisis, there has never been a better time to raise awareness of how individuals can help themselves and the planet at the same time.’ Angela Fitzpatrick, Greener Orkney
“If we do not take action to protect threatened species and avert extinctions, the functioning of ecosystems will be dramatically disrupted.” Jarome Ali,
In 2022 the calling of only 824 Corncrake males was recorded in Scotland compared to 850 in 2021.
“The much lower running costs of EVs must already be attracting the attention of finance directors in their ongoing quest for best value on cash spent.”
Researchers at the University of Nottingham and Sheffield are studying the Burner Alert system – the first and only system in the UK.
As part of a series of articles in the run up to COP27 we take a look at Water in Scotland.
Graminoid-dominated tundra with dwarf shrubs growing in national park Kytalyk, in the Siberian Arctic. The blurred areas in the image are created by heat haze, which occurs when various surfaces heat up differently and hence create turbulence in the air. Image credit: Gabriela Schaepman-Strub, University of Zurich
The farmers were joined by the Scottish Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs Mairi Gougeon MSP and about 40 MSPs including Orkney Constituency LibDem MSP Liam McArthur.
“ This exciting research underpins just how much the sight and sound of birdsong lifts the spirits.” Jo Gibbons
From 1st of November the LitterLotto app is a chance to win a weekly prize pot ranging from £50 to £500.