Environment & International

Building a social enterprise and private sector alliance

Duncan Thorp examines the work going on to boost partnerships between social enterprises and the private sector

6th August 2019 by TFN Guest

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Locals urged to help save lost pufflings

Young birds can become confused after they leave their burrows on the Firth of Forth.

5th August 2019 by Gavin Stuart

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Social enterprise solutions to the climate emergency

Duncan Thorp examines how social enterprises can provide answers to the climate emergency

2nd August 2019 by TFN Guest

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Big Noise prepare for special performance

The Stirling-based orchestra will be joined by their American counterparts for the one-off show

1st August 2019 by Gareth Jones

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No deal puts human rights at risk

The Human Rights Consortium Scotland has detailed the wide range of threats a no deal Brexit presents to human rights

1st August 2019 by Gareth Jones

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Thousands of mountain hares face annual slaughter

Campaigners call for end to cull of the animals

1st August 2019 by Robert Armour

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Deposit return scheme could reduce plastic litter by 90%

The Scottish Government initiative will see shoppers pay a 20p deposit when buying drinks in single-use containers.

31st July 2019 by Gavin Stuart

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Goodmovers 30th July 2019

Find out who's on the move in Scotland's third sector

30th July 2019 by Gareth Jones

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Boris Johnson pressed on climate change

Celebs and campaigners have said the new Prime Minister must take action to ensure targets are met

30th July 2019 by Gareth Jones

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Mary’s Meals hits milestone

The charity is now feeding more than 1.5m hungry children in Africa

30th July 2019 by Gareth Jones

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Charity single takes aim at grouse shooting

Proceeds will support Chris Packham's charity

29th July 2019 by Robert Armour

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New ebola appeal launched by Scots aid charity

​New threat from the deadly disease

29th July 2019 by Robert Armour

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Teachers embark on Notre Dame challenge for Mary’s Meals

Three Glasgow teachers will pedal 940 miles across France and Italy to raise money for the charity.

23rd July 2019 by Gavin Stuart

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Campaigners demand urgent salmon farm inspections

Advocacy group SumOfUs warns fish deaths and disease will spike without a crackdown on welfare abuses.

22nd July 2019 by Gavin Stuart

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Horror as 3m animals tested last year in UK

​Campaigners want draconian laws changed

18th July 2019 by Robert Armour

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Lottery launches £100m fund to help tackle climate emergency

The Climate Action Fund will be used to establish a UK-wide network delivering 'high impact community-led climate action'.

18th July 2019 by Gavin Stuart

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Bee corridor project hits major milestone

Buglife Scotland has completed work on 37 wildflower-rich habitats along the John Muir Way.

16th July 2019 by Gavin Stuart

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Extinction Rebellion blocks Glasgow road with 25ft pink boat

The protest is part of the group's Summer Uprising campaign.

15th July 2019 by Gavin Stuart

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Video exposes ‘grim reality’ of grouse shooting industry

Ten-minute film by Chris Packham details the death of a hen harrier in South Lanarkshire.

15th July 2019 by Gavin Stuart

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