Climate change activists have ended a 13-hour protest at the entrance to the headquarters of oil giant Shell in Aberdeen.
Climate change activists have blocked the entrance to the headquarters of oil giant Shell in Aberdeen.
Sir David Attenborough has warned that “the moment of crisis has come” and “life-or-death decisions” must be made to tackle climate change.
A new taskforce has been launched to tackle the criminal waste industry which is said to cost the UK economy £600 million a year.
Environmentalists have reacted angrily to claims by a Government minister that people should not cut down on flights in the face of the climate emergency.
The Wildlife Trusts has claimed the HS2 high-speed rail project will destroy and divide “huge swathes” of “irreplaceable” natural habitats, including 108 ancient woodlands.
A roof has been blown off a building in Berkshire amid strong winds which have battered parts of the UK.
Birmingham could ban private cars from driving across the city centre under new plans drawn up by the council in a move to cut air pollution levels.
An 87mph gust of wind has hit the Western Isles where all schools are closed to pupils as Storm Brendan batters Scotland.
Follow the fish: Landmark bid to protect threatened Scots salmon by tracking their route to north Atlantic
The migration routes of wild salmon from Scotland’s west coast are to be tracked for the first time in a bid to save the iconic fish.
The National Trust needs to attract younger members, the conservation body’s chairman has said as it celebrates its 125th birthday.