OPINIONS and ideas over electric transport uptake are being sought by Highland Council at a series of special events to mark Scotland's Climate Week.
Strath charity which works with landowners to establish flower meadows for pollinators shortlisted for prestigious nature award
The latest UK climate projections show a trend towards drier and warmer summers, with the west of Scotland set to become wetter and the east drier
Samples being investigated by Highland Council environmental health department and NHS Highland public health officials
Highlands should be at vanguard of 'completely green tourism'
THUNDERSTORMS could hit parts of Badenoch and Strathspey, the Met Office has warned after issuing a yellow warning centred on the Cairngorms.
Agave scabra has its natural habitat in Mexico but has excelled in the cactus house at Inverness Botanic Gardens
There has been a surge in problems with littering and camp fires at beauty spots including Loch Morlich and the surrounding Glenmore area
Bagged household waste, garden waste, large and small electrical appliances and cardboard already being taken
Image of a markhor overlooking his enclosure at the Highland Wildlife Park is highly commended in prestigious photo contest
Funds will enable an extensive riparian tree-planting throughout upland glen to provide shade and cool water temperature for fish
Scottish Forestry is making cash available to tree nurseries, small forestry businesses and farmers.
With the Covid-19 five mile-travel restriction now lifted Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) in calling on the Scottish public not to litter.