City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Wildlife


The Nature of Scotland Awards 2017

Recognising excellence, innovation and outstanding achievement in Scottish nature conservation, join 300 members of the conservation community on Thursday 23rd November to celebrate nature’s heroes at

Wild Day Out with RSPB & HES

Join the RSPB and Historic Environment Scotland, anytime between 10am until 4pm, for a wild day out exploring the rugged volcanic world of Holyrood Park and find out more about the range of wildlife t

Edinburgh Vegan Festival

The Edinburgh Vegan Festival is a mini-fest, during the Edinburgh Fringe, of ethically sourced food.

BBC's "Gardener's Question Time" Joins Botanic's Summer Party

Flower yellow

BBC Radio 4's popular gardening programme Gardener's Question Time will be recording its next show at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh's Summer Garden Party this afternoon.

Coal Action Tour

3 experts share their experience and expertise on the need to end coal mining, and how this process has been a struggle so far in Russia, Colombia, USA and the UK.

Scientist Chris Rapley Puts Climate Change Centre Stage

Chris Rapley

Chris Rapley, Professor of Climate Science at the University College of London, was awarded the

Scotland's Big Nature Festival

A family, nature festival on the 134 hectare Levenhall Links park in Musselburgh – just behind the racecourse.

New Public Artwork and planting of Scottish bluebells bring new life to Pilrig Park

After six months of involvement, Citizen Curator is proud to announce the unveiling of a new Public Artwork by German born and Edinburgh based artist Andrea Geile.

Balfour’s Botany - Planting Out In Pilrig Park

Over the summer months artist Andrea Geile and horticulturalist Rebecca Govier have been working with local groups to investigate the legacy of Edinburgh botanist John Hutton Balfour (1808-1884).

Council Recruits 30 More Street Cleaners For Summer Litter

Cigarette butts in Princes Street Gardens

Whether it's overflowing bins, seagull-chewed rubbish bags whose contents have been strewn across the pavement, fast-food packaging, or paper fliers drifting in the wind, there is no end of litter to