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PEOPLE in Perth are furious after plans for a £100 million waste incinerator in the heart of the town were revived - seven months after the Scottish Government rejected the scheme.
THE history of renewable electricity targets in Scotland is instructive in considering how credible the current crop of manifesto promises are.
FEARS over the damaging impact a major windfarm development would have on one of Scotland's leading hotels saw the plans thrown out by councillors only last week.
OPPOSITION to the Scottish Government's pledge to produce 100 per cent of the country's electricity from renewable sources by 2020 grew last night as environmentalists and energy experts united to condemn the plan.
Land reform should be extended to give football fans the chance to buy out their clubs, the Scottish Greens have said.
ROYAL Bank of Scotland has come under fire after it emerged the bank - a main sponsor of a climate-change initiative - is a major investor in the coal sector.
THE world's first tidal power project is to be built in the Sound of Islay, after approval was given by the Scottish Government.
Climate change is damaging archaeological treasures which have been frozen for thousands of years, according to Scottish scientists.
A RESCUE attempt has been launched to save a closure-threatened wind turbine factory that is at the heart of Alex Salmond's plans to build Scotland's reputation as a world leader in green power.
THEY are the unsung heroes of the environmental world - and are all under 25 years old.
A CAMPAIGN backed by businessman Mohamed al-Fayed against a planned waste incinerator near his Highland castle is being stepped up.
THE devastating storms that wreaked havoc in the Western Isles in 2005 could become more frequent due to climate change, a new study has suggested.
THIS year's midge invasion is set to be 800 times worse than normal following the heavy winter snowfalls.
THOUSANDS of Scottish homes will be heated by renewable energy if Labour wins power in May's Holyrood election, the party has promised.
THE iconic image of wild Scotland is rugged mountainsides, scenic lochs and sweeping glens with nothing but the odd tree, Highland cow or occasional stag as far as the eye can see.
The government has been urged to bring in a levy on peat products sold in garden centres to encourage consumers to use environmentally friendly alternatives.
MOTORISTS struggling to cope with rising prices at the pumps may be increasingly tempted by the prospect of making their own fuel.
The Scottish chairman of the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust has been questioned by wildlife crime officers following the discovery of a dead sea eagle on his estate.