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Tag: enviroment

Surgeons Quarter takes scalpel to carbon emissions

A MAJOR EDINBURGH conference and events business is almost entirely powered by Scottish renewable sources, saving an estimated 790 tonnes of carbon per year...

Restored ancient woodland linked to Robert Burns and royalty opens to the public

AN ANCIENT woodland which once welcomed royalty and Scotland’s National Bard but has lain overgrown and underused for decades has reopened to the public. A...

Government row over ‘confusing’ application process to free bus scheme

A SCHEME to give Scots youngsters free bus travel has been criticised as confusing and difficult to join. The Scottish Government introduced free buses for...

Hard news: new cement is crucial to solving UK’s construction crisis

A University of Dundee expert has warned that the UK construction industry could be in trouble unless a new environmentally friendly cement can be...

Opinion: No excuse for not capitalising on offshore floating wind

Neil Gordon was appointed chief executive of the Global Underwater Hub in 2011. During his stewardship, the organisation has taken a role in discussion...

Are low windspeeds to blame for low clean energy output?

2021 saw some of the lowest clean energy output for windfarms and peak-hour energy prices have risen to their second highest level since 2018. Energy...

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