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Representatives from several Scottish enforcement agencies recently popped by WWF's office to pick up their
'Wildlife Crime Operation of the Year' Awards.
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Scotland’s political parties have pledged their support for renewable energy as part of our efforts to tackle climate change.
TV adventurer and WWF ambassador Ben Fogle has thrown his weight behind a campaign to prevent the closure of the internationally renowned marine research laboratory at Millport in the west of Scotland.
WWF Scotland expressed concern over the level of ambition in the 'Lower carbon buildings - a review of energy standards and guidance within Scottish building regulations' consultation launched today.
WWF-UK, one of the country's leading environmental charities, has today named Lang Banks as its new Director of WWF Scotland.
20 years after the country's worst oil spill, Scotland's marine environment remains at serious risk from new pollution, said WWF Scotland.
Scottish power station must secure UK carbon prize backing, says WWF
Groups call for urgent resolution to protect vulnerable marine species and habitats
Majority of councils take steps to avoid use of illegal timber and paper products
News that for the first three quarters of 2012, Scotland’s renewable electricity output was on track for the best year ever.
Projects off Skye and Islay to benefit from European support
Fuel poverty figures are continuing to rise, but at a slower rate than anticipated due to improved energy efficiency said WWF Scotland.
A lack of collective leadership and ambition marked the end of UN climate change talks in Doha, said Stop Climate Chaos Scotland (SCCS) today.
Reacting to the news that the life of the Hunterston B nuclear power station is to be extended by seven years until 2023, with the potential of further extension,
Responding to the publication of the UK Energy Bill today, WWF Scotland is calling on the Scottish Government to take steps to secure our renewables potential and ensure climate targets are not put at risk.
Responding to the publication of the findings of the Scottish Parliament’s Inquiry into the Scottish Government’s Renewable Energy Targets.
Responding to comments by UK energy minister John Hayes, reported today in the Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail regarding onshore wind.
Responding to a call today by Homes for Scotland urging the Scottish Government to 'water down' measures to improve home energy efficiency targets.
Responding to the Scottish Government announcement at the RenewableUK conference in Glasgow of a new interim target that will see 50 per cent of Scotland’s electricity demand met from green power by 2015 .