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The discovery was made by Scottish Government scientists in collaboration with experts from the University of Seville.
Over 1 million deaths globally 'could have been avoided' if all urban areas had met WHO’s (air quality) guideline.
US secretary of the interior Deb Haaland visits national park to find out about ongoing work to combat climate change.
Protesters detained for blocking King George V Bridge but march through city passes 'largely without incident'.
Climate activists set off in large numbers from city's west end as COP26 conference reaches its halfway point.
The new facility was due to be in St Fergus in Aberdeenshire but is now set to be built on the Humber and around Liverpool.
GMB union says strike action will last for seven days during climate change conference in Glasgow.
Prince of Wales wants world leaders attending COP26 to take ambitious action rather than 'just talk'.
Charity offers opportunity to invest in Dundreggan Rewilding Centre - with most investors coming from outside Scotland.
Prince of Wales announces his foundation is working with celebrity chef Jamie Oliver on new education pilot programme.
Firm aiming to transport cargo between Glasgow and Belfast awarded share of £23m of UK Government green maritime funding.
Supermarket bosses aim to roll the format out to all 498 supermarkets across the UK over the next year.
Activists walked through Inverness on Saturday.
Nicola Sturgeon has written to Boris Johnson asking him to reassess the oil and gas plans.
Report finds landlords are keen to make their properties greener but feel stymied by the costs of retrofitting.
Experts say lithium demand could triple by 2025 to one million tonnes per year as carmakers invest in electric vehicles.
Renewable energy industry now provides 97% of Scotland’s energy, according to statistics from Fraser of Allander Institute.
Campaigners warn next government must not delay introduction of deposit return scheme for drinks cans and bottles.
The new archive, set to address environmental concerns, will open at the University of Edinburgh in May.
Media reports on Wednesday suggested that the Glasgow summit this year may be pushed back or scaled down.