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Campaign to inspire young women to get outside unveiled on World Mental Health Day

10 October, 2018

A new campaign to inspire more young women to get outside and enjoy nature has been unveiled on World Mental Health Day.

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Mapping breakthrough with benefits for people and nature

09 October, 2018

The wildlife and landscape of Scotland’s wildest and most remote islands, moorland and mountain ranges are set to be understood as never before, through ground breaking new mapping technology that can help us to tackle climate change and manage our upland habitats.

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Special performance in Dunoon to celebrate the Clyde

04 October, 2018

Well-known musician, singer and broadcaster, Mary Ann Kennedy, brings a one-off performance of her new commission to Dunoon. Local schoolchildren will also be featured.

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£1million fund brings Scotland’s communities closer to nature

02 October, 2018

From creating homes for frogs to discovering hidden gardens in our cities, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is awarding almost £1m to projects set to bring local communities closer to nature.  

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MEDIA INVITE (Operational use only): £1million fund brings Scotland’s communities closer to nature

01 October, 2018

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is awarding almost £1m to projects set to bring local communities closer to nature. 

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Scotland’s wintering wading birds could be losers in climate change

27 September, 2018

Climate change could be a factor in the decline of Scotland’s wading birds, including redshank, golden plover and lapwing, according to new figures published by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) today (Thursday).

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Media opp invite: SNH to announce major funding

26 September, 2018

You are invited to interview Iain Rennick, Head of Structural Funds Projects as Scottish Natural Heritage announces a further £8m funding, in the latest phase of its ambitious Green Infrastructure Fund MEDIA RELEASE BELOW INVITE

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£8m funding brings nature to Scotland’s cities

26 September, 2018

From weirs and wetlands, to urban nature reserves, to natural play areas and parks, the search is on for 10 projects that help nature bloom in the most disadvantaged areas of Scotland’s towns and cities.

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Morton Lochs closed for forestry work

24 September, 2018

Access to Morton Lochs at Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve in Fife has been closed to all visitors until further notice, following Storm Ali.

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£5m funding boost for Highlands & Islands tourism

17 September, 2018

The search is on for 10 major new projects that showcase the outstanding local scenery, wildlife and culture of the Highlands & Islands.

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