“any system can improve with small tweaks.”
‘Folded Landscapes’ New Album by Erland Cooper
“I hope in this new work, a listener will be rewarded for their patience from a cold, glacial ascent by a slowly thawing, burning hope” Erland Cooper
Scotland’s Deposit Return Scheme: Why is there a Stooshie ?
Circularity Scotland announced that there will be an investment of £22 million to support small businesses to prepare for the introduction of the scheme. A two month grace period will also be given to businesses as the scheme begins, to smooth the transition.
Banning The Sale Of Peat: Share Your Views
“The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is dedicated to plant conservation and stopped using peat more than 20 years ago, with no negative impacts on our world-class horticulture. ” Director of Horticulture at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Raoul Curtis-Machin
#Hydrogen Colour Choice
As the experts and politicians hail hydrogen as the next best thing to solve our energy problems, let’s take a closer look .
Trees for Life: The Benefits of Cooling Down
“Predictions based on current emissions reveal that heat-related illness and death will become a bigger burden to our health services over the next decades.” ISGlobal researcher Tamara Iungman
Predicting The Threat Of Invasive Non-Native Species
St Helena is most at risk from a high number of plant species – pictured here non native New Zealand Flax
Scotland’s Agri-Environment Climate Scheme (AECS) 2023
The 2023 Agri-Environment Climate Scheme (AECS) application round will open for applications on 30 January 2023.
Post Covid: We Must Save The Future, Not The Past
” we, in developed industrial societies and all aspiring, developing industrial societies, are recklessly plundering our planet’s natural resources in order to fuel economic growth; in pursuit of the cachet of success, of material wealth far beyond basic human needs of food, clothing and shelter.”
Solar Powered Reactor Converting Plastics & Greenhouse Gases
The researchers, from the University of Cambridge, developed the system, which can convert two waste streams into two chemical products at the same time – the first time this has been achieved in a solar-powered reactor. Image credit University of Cambridge