Category Archives: Climate Change

Scotland’s Ferries

The ferry industry is crucial to Scotland’s survival as a nation and its economic development, not only to get people to and from our islands, but to Europe – formerley known as ‘the continent’ – and Ireland too. Our links … Continue reading

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A Fishy Story

This is another informative article in the site’s Climate Change category, one looking at how the reduction of fishing does not necessarily restore life in the river and sea exactly as before. It was written by Heather Richardson, the research … Continue reading

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Tall Trees

Three years ago I planted twelve multi-stemmed silver birches on the slopes of my ground, a tree native to Scotland. They are the kind that has the bark peel off and rolls up as it grows. I removed alien trees … Continue reading

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Unsustainable Growth

In the second of our climate change articles, environmentalist and activist George Monbiot warns the rape of our Earth, and the pollution that follows it, cannot continue. As ever with climate warnings, the read may be depressing but necessary to … Continue reading

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Rewilding the Highlands

This is the second article in the new category of ‘Climate Change’. Phoebe Weston explains the plan to enrich a large area of the Highlands once populated with villages that might eventually see new communities evolve as well as better … Continue reading

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Earth’s Tipping Point

Greater than Scotland’s liberty is the chaos showing itself now from Climate Change and certain to get worse. ‘Climate Change is a nice phrase to avoid saying, the dire effects of huimankind’s exploitation of the planet. Scotland’s enemies will also … Continue reading

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