Edinburgh News: environment
Hermitage of Braid and Blackford Hill Nature Reserve is already a popular beauty spot with a variety of striking landscapes: mature broadleaved woodland, a wildflower meadow, a wetland spot, a good-sized pond, a disused quarry, and a river, the Braid Burn, that flows through the reserve.
The team bidding to make Edinburgh home of the UK's new Green Investment Bank made a final push to secure the bank for the city today.
The Lib Dem/SNP coalition announced that the passage of the Council's budget yesterday will see "a massive boost" of £26m investment in priority areas such as children and the most
Edinburgh City Council is the first Scottish local authority to make the World Wildlife Fund’s Gold Pledge on forest products procurement.
The Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh (RGBE) has announced that is launching a new foodie festival this Spring - Science on a Plate.
The Royal Highland Show has been voted the top show in the UK by readers of a national farming magazine.
A special event at Edinburgh Bicycle Co-operative on Thursday marks the UN's International Year of Co-operatives in Scotland on Thursday.
It was a green christmas for most of the UK, with no snow falling in major cities.
The high winds in Edinburgh are now easing, with transport and schools expected to be back on a normal footing tomorrow. Bawbag is receding.
Edinburgh City Council has announced that Edinburgh schools will shut today at noon (Thursday 8 December 2011) due to the severe weather, with gale-force winds forecast later today.
Scottish Natural Heritage’s Isle of May reported an increased numbers of visitors and a few unusual ones this passed season.
Edinburgh City Council voted to scrap plans to outsource rubbish collection in the Scottish capital.