Communities across Skye received daffodil bulbs to brighten up Spring 2021.
The Scottish Government has published its update to the 2018 Climate Change Plan, refining the pathway to meeting Scotland’s emissions reduction targets and also achieving a green recovery from COVID-19.
Scotland’s Climate Assembly’s second week looked at where our climate emissions come from and how to reduce them and adapt to the impact of climate change.
The Scottish Government has opened a consultation on its Draft Public Engagement Strategy, which sets out an overarching framework for engaging the people of Scotland in the transition to a net zero and climate ready nation. Closes 17 March 2021.
From late 2021, 300 homes in Levenmouth, Fife, will be connected to a green hydrogen network for cooking and heating their homes.
The statement of intent sets out the direction for a new biodiversity strategy, post 2020. Meanwhile Scotland’s existing biodiversity strategy will remain in force.
Make My Money Matter have obtained a Christmas message from Guy Byrne-Woods, the CEO of Forestry Felling Syndicate! ““On behalf of the global logging industry, I want to reach out to say a HUGE thank you, for all your support this year. People like YOU have collectively invested hundreds of millions of pounds with us…[in]..YOUR pension funds and savings”
In Spring 2021 six conversations hosted by the Scottish Ecological Design Association as a response to the climate emergency will explore how Scotland needs to change its approach to land use to meet its net zero climate targets.
This week’s debate on Scotland’s EU exit Bill has strengthened Scotland’s future environmental watchdog, but does not go far enough to protect Scotland’s nature.
“We want real action”. A two-week, youth led COP26 with participants from around the world, raising ambitions for next year’s COP26 in Glasgow.