A group of volunteers have been striving for several years at Yorkhill Green Spaces, and the result was the winner of 1st prize in the Nature Scot Pollinator Friendly Award as well as the Green Flag Award for Overnewton Park. Fiona MacLeod, Chair of Yorkhill Green Spaces, tells the story of this park. Continue reading Yorkhill Green Spaces, Winner of Various Awards in the Green Environment Field
Green Flag Award is an effort to ensure that everybody has access to quality green spaces. Maryhill Park Growing Space is one of the winners of this award. Continue reading Green Flag Award a Step to Encourage Communities to Improve Green Spaces
The documentary, Living Proof, traces the roots of the Scottish climate crisis to the pages of history. Continue reading What Does History Say About Climate Change in Scotland?
Cannes film festival, as one of the authentic cinematic, events has often shown its concerns about climate change, and now the poster of the 75th clearly mentions climate change. Continue reading 75th Cannes Film Festival to come with a Special Look at Climate Change
Transport accounts for the largest share of producing emissions in Scotland. Continue reading Statistics: Transport Is the Largest Source of Emissions
Government actions on global warming is too slow to reach us on the 1.5°C pathway agreed as part of the Paris agreement. Continue reading Slow Motion of Governments to Save the Earth
During Ukraine war, an eco-friendly advice has been viraled with aiming to impact on Russia’s oil incomes. It was: Fight Putin, ride a bike. Continue reading Support Ukraine Through an Eco-friendly Action: Killing Two Birds with One Stone
Have you ever considered the imminent danger of animals’ gradual extinction? Have you ever imagined the wildlife without unique animals such as elephants or pandas? Are you aware that the number of endangered species is on the rise? Do you … Continue reading Animals’ Extinction Is Closer than It Appears