Primula Scotica, the Scottish Primrose, always astounds with its beauty. It is about 4cm in height and its flowers are 8mm in diameter.
“The risks of pandemics are now greater due to destruction of natural habitats, highly networked societies, and misinformation.”
It may be doubted by many but 33,000 species of stinging (aculeate) wasps are helping us humans.
“It is only by voting SNP on 6th May that we can truly protect our island communities, address the specific challenges they face and secure a strong recovery for all of Scotland.”
The Covid19 pandemic is a clear warning that we need to address climate change. It is also an opportunity to rebuild in a new direction.
“The Scottish election on the immediate horizon on 6 May is different, for some very basic reasons”
In an election that has been pretty much uninspiring The Pebble Trust held one of the best Hustings I have watched so far.
The Edinburgh Declaration recognises the ‘need for transformative change across terrestrial and marine ecosystems’ and ‘the significant implications that the loss of biodiversity and climate change has on our livelihood and communities’.
The successful reinstallation of Magallanes’ second generation 2 MW tidal platform ‘ATIR’ took place on 19 April 2021 at the EMEC tidal test site at the Fall of Warness, Orkney.
ReFLEX Orkney has today, 22nd April, launched a new Orkney carbon calculator to help islanders evaluate their carbon footprint and provide recommendations and support to reduce it.