Environment & International

Life saving work is what we do best

Jamie Livingstone, head of Oxfam Scotland, says the charity's work in Yemen proves its worth amid recent media attention

27th March 2018 by TFN Guest

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Major player quits clean air group in protest

Not enough progress is being made

26th March 2018 by Robert Armour

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Earth Hour returns this weekend

WWF is hoping to get millions of people across the world to pledge to make the planet a better place

23rd March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Trust in international aid charities drops

A study by nfpSynergy has found that 54% of the public feel that charities are trustworthy - but only 36% trust aid agencies

23rd March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Brexit march on Holyrood

Campaigners will march on Holyrood to demand a final vote on the Brexit deal

22nd March 2018 by Susan Smith

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Jobs to go at conservation charity

A total of 48 people will be made compulsorily redundant by the National Trust for Scotland, but the charity says new roles are being created

21st March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Climate change could mean favourites are off the menu

Fish and chips, chicken tikka masala and other popular dishes could be at risk, WWF has warned

20th March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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It’s inspiring to see the effect the work of our partners is having

Michelle Davitt reflects on her first few months as chief executive of Scottish Love in Action

19th March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Island set for community takeover

Residents of Ulva have secured £4.4 million and hope to buy land using new community empowerment legislation

19th March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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UN and World Bank leaders head Oxfam sex abuse probe

Former senior figures from the World Bank and the United Nations (UN) will lead an independent commission into the sex scandal that has engulfed Oxfam

16th March 2018 by Graham Martin

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Scotland to recognise animal sentience

The Scottish Government is to enshrine a commitment to animal sentience into law

16th March 2018 by Susan Smith

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Animal cruelty seizures double in Scotland

The Scottish SPCA has said puppy farms are leading to a huge increase in animals being kept in poor conditions

15th March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Scots urged to make different choices at the chippy

The Marine Conservation Society has updated its Good Fish Guide, with consumers urged to ditch cod and haddock

15th March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Family in emotional reunion after visa battle

The Ngolo family were invited to the Scottish Parliament, a month after they were brought together having been separated for a decade

14th March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Another eagle goes missing over “black hole” grouse moor

Yet another golden eagle has gone missing in a grouse shooting area

14th March 2018 by Graham Martin

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Climate change will devastate world’s wildlife

Half of plant and animal species in the world’s most naturally rich areas could face local extinction by the turn of the century due to climate change

14th March 2018 by Graham Martin

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You smoke, they choke: don’t light up in front of pets

A campaign is urging smokers to stop lighting up around their pets – because the toxic fumes could kill or harm them

13th March 2018 by Graham Martin

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Chief Encounters: Bill Maitland

​Bill Maitland, director of Greengrow, an Inverness-based woodland preservation group, would hate to meet his 16 year-old "surly" self.

13th March 2018 by Robert Armour

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Reuse instruments says Scots musician

Scottish music starlet Be Charlotte has backed a musical instrument amnesty

9th March 2018 by Gareth Jones

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