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Great British Beach Clean results are in – number of cotton buds found is down but wet wipes still common

Great British Beach Clean results are in – number of cotton buds found is down but wet wipes still common

Great British Beach Clean results are in – number of cotton buds found is down but wet wipes still common

The annual Great British Beach Clean saw 6176 volunteers head out to clear litter from streets, parks and over 55,000 metres of UK beaches.


Highland Council to raise objection to Kintradwell Wind Farm amid concern over its visual impact on landscape

Highland Council to raise objection to Kintradwell Wind Farm amid concern over its visual impact on landscape

Highland Council to raise objection to Kintradwell Wind Farm amid concern over its visual impact on landscape

Power company RES is hoping to build a 15-turbine wind farm on a moorland site at Kintradwell Estate, some 7.7km north of Brora.


Highland coach firm plots greener future with bus purchase

Highland coach firm plots greener future with bus purchase

Highland coach firm plots greener future with bus purchase

The well-known company has invested £1.5million in 'new generation' of coaches.


Schools can study Highland mammals: past and present

Schools can study Highland mammals: past and present

Schools can study Highland mammals: past and present

High Life Highland Countryside Rangers will be offering schools in Sutherland the opportunity to take part in conservation work for mammals.


FSB development manager says small businesses need financial aid to help pay for climate change measures

FSB development manager says small businesses need financial aid to help pay for climate change measures

FSB development manager says small businesses need financial aid to help pay for climate change measures

A new FSB report finds that only a third of Scotland's small businesses have emission-reducing plans in place.


Decision to end Durness beach ranger project 'heartbreaking'

Decision to end Durness beach ranger project 'heartbreaking'

Decision to end Durness beach ranger project 'heartbreaking'

Durness based Plastic@Bay has said it can no longer fund the seasonal ranger service.


New grant scheme will support community groups in Highlands and Islands with climate change projects

New grant scheme will support community groups in Highlands and Islands with climate change projects

New grant scheme will support community groups in Highlands and Islands with climate change projects

A new grant scheme will offer funding to help community groups in the Highlands and Islands work with a researcher to run climate change projects.


MSP hails Scotland's plastic straw ban

MSP hails Scotland's plastic straw ban

MSP hails Scotland's plastic straw ban

Highland MSP Kate Forbes is welcoming news that Scotland will ban single-use plastic straws from next summer.


Highland biodiversity champion takes up post 'at crucial time'

Highland biodiversity champion takes up post 'at crucial time'

Highland biodiversity champion takes up post 'at crucial time'

New recruit keen to get stuck in to new role.


COP26 shows us that the way we get around doesn’t have to cost the earth

COP26 shows us that the way we get around doesn’t have to cost the earth

COP26 shows us that the way we get around doesn’t have to cost the earth

Ranald Robertson of HITRANS shares his view on sustainable transport.


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