Marine life

The National Galleries of Scotland has today announced that it is cutting its long-standing association with oil giant BP over the climate emergenc

Anyone who follows the science of climate change closely is probably deep-down uneasy and quite possibly horrified by the increasingly perilous sta

The 2019 Edinburgh International Book Festival launched the “most international programme in its history” today, with authors from over 60 countries coming

Climate change will have a huge impact on health, via heat exposure and changes in distribution of vector-borne diseases such as malaria and in more complex ways such as impoverishment and population

When looking for signs of global warming, the melting of the world’s glaciers and ice sheets is often cited as the one of most glaring indicators.

In the sphere of climate change, 19th century Irish physicist John Tyndall (1820-1893) is a giant.

We all rely on the seas for their abundant food, mineral and energy resources and yet more than 90% of the deep oceans remain totally unexplored.

A free, outdoor photographic exhibition showing humankind's impact on our planet opened today outside the Scottish Parliament building.

To coincide with our exhibition 'Robert Callender : Plastic Beach …poetry of the everyday' and World Oceans Day on 8 June, come along to find out what the Marine Conservation Society is doing to stop