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07 April 2017
Energy, deer management and Natural Capital assets

a honeybee is covered in commercial pollen. credit: candler hobbs, georgia techScottish Natural Heritage's response to a new report on deer management, submitted by the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform (ECCLR) Committee to  Environment Secretary, Roseanna Cunningham.

Scotland’s Natural Capital Asset Index published by SNH, which suggests that Scotland’s plants, animals, air, water and soils are showing signs of recovery. However, bogs, heathland and agricultural habitats have declined.

Scottish Energy Strategy - a public consultation workshop event discussing proposals set out in the draft Scottish Energy Strategy, Inverness Town House on Tuesday 11th April.

Making cows more environmentally friendly

Hair spacing keeps honeybees clean during pollination

photograph: A honeybee covered in commercial pollen. Candler Hobbs, Georgia Tech