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Environment

Named and shamed: the Scottish salmon farms shooting seals

Picture: Julie Howden

Sunflowers turn brownfield into green site

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'Considerable concern' over microplastic waste and its impact on the sea

'Considerable concern' over microplastic waste and its impact on the sea

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Balmoral's mood darkens over Lochnagar litter

Balmoral's mood darkens over Lochnagar litter

Red squirrels face journey in fight for survival

Red squirrels face journey in fight for survival

Longannet power station is to close in March 2016

Longannet taskforce meets for first time following closure announcement

CameronBridge1SA: CAMERON BRIDGE DISTILLERY, WINDYGATES NEAR LEVEN FIFE.

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Diageo drinks giant under fire over pollution failures

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Photo by Eliza Muirhead / Sea Shepherd Global

Wick leaves Faroese twin over whales

What are the jellyfish smacks telling us?

What are the jellyfish smacks telling us?

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Lord Dunlop

Lord Dunlop praises £25m St Andrews University green energy centre

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Sea lice resistant salmon on the way

Sea lice resistant salmon on the way

Scotland's Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and Environment Richard Lochhead

Scientists warn over plans to ban growing GM crops

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Professor Muffy Calder. Picture: Martin Shields

GM crops ban in Scotland 'could have apocalyptic consequences'

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Parallel roads, Glen Roy

Glen Roy to keep its status as national nature reserve

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"Young Jupiter"

Astronomers find "young Jupiter"

Funding boost for farmers

Funding boost for farmers struggling against wet Scottish summer

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Photo by Alex Maguire/REX Shutterstock

Scotland's cross-border fishing cash raid claim

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Scotland bans GM crops to protect the nation's 'clean, green' brand

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'Can I burn down my own house?' ... The weird calls to Scotland's environment agency

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Calls mount for ban on grouse shooting

Calls mount for ban on grouse shooting

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Campaigners desert legal action against national park development

Campaigners desert legal action against national park development

Red Road flats 'as dusty as desert'

Red Road flats 'as dusty as desert'

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Row over IT system for farm subsidies, amid warning payments could be delayed

Row over IT system for farm subsidies, amid warning payments could be delayed

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Conker tree moth pest 'could soon spread into Scotland'

Conker tree moth pest 'could soon spread into Scotland'

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Scotland bracing itself for conker tree moth

Scotland bracing itself for conker tree moth

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Bees left 'starved' by wet weather

Bees left 'starved' by wet weather

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Swinney insists project will be "completed on time and on budget"

Aberdeen bypass project classification change 'a hammer blow' to Scottish Government investment strategy

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Scottish Government vetoes Allt Duine wind farm proposal

Scottish Government vetoes Allt Duine wind farm proposal

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Warning wild salmon could be off the menu if netting ban goes ahead

Warning wild salmon could be off the menu if netting ban goes ahead

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Marine calculations challenged by island fishermen

Mimic moth found far from its Highland home

Mimic moth found far from its Highland home

Rare bee discovered in Cairngorm woodland destined to become housing estate

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Revealed: regulator attacks Scottish Water over parasites, bacteria and aluminium

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SNP faces new calls to block Firth of Forth coal gas plans

SNP faces new calls to block Firth of Forth coal gas plans

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Otter cub in Scottish SPCA care after being left behind in car park

Otter cub in Scottish SPCA care after being left behind in car park

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Beauly to Denny power line nearly finished, but still dividing opinion

Beauly to Denny power line nearly finished, but still dividing opinion

© Orkney photographic

Electric cycling comes to Orkney

Bid for Tasmanian devil cancer vaccine

TRACKING COLLAR DEVELOPED TO DETER RHINO POACHERS

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Scots research reveals farming threat to dwindling rubber supply

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The Prince of Wales during a visit to Islay earlier this year

Prince supports island abattoirs

Friends of the Earth demonstration against fracking outside INEOS HQ in Grangemouth.Dr Richard Dixon of Friends of the Earth. (32447521)

Ineos accused of breaching fracking moratorium

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Prestwick - May 12: Roddie Brodie of Victim Support South Ayrshire pick up litter found on the North beach May 12, 2012 in Prestwick. (Photo by Mark Mainz) (32447548)

Anti-litter group under fire for backing packaging industry on drinks containers

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Crofters attack "blinkered" proposals to re-introduce lynx, wolves and other species to Scotland

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Government must "come clean" on fracking after Ineos boss claims ministers are privately supportive

Government must "come clean" on fracking after Ineos boss claims ministers are privately supportive

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Ex-Government Minister warns people are sceptical about fracking

 

Rewilding Scotland: green and public bodies unite to bring back wolves, lynx and sturgeon

 

Wind farm near Glen Affric refused

 

New marine protection areas could spell catastrophe for Orkney

 

Ministers told to publish number of seals shot

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