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Our infographic which illustrates how planting native trees within an urban environment can reduce carbon dioxide levels. www.sustainableglasgow.co.uk

Sustainable forest: Project Urban Forest Infographic Shows How Trees Effectively Combat Carbon Emissions

Regeneration. Taken from Candleriggs in Glasgow. Mural on the external wall depicting Commonwealth Games 2014 coming to the city.

Taken from Candleriggs in Glasgow. Mural on the external wall depicting Commonwealth Games 2014 coming to the city.

Foam on River Clyde

Mystery foam spreads down river

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency is trying to establish why a large expanse of foam has appeared on the River Clyde in Glasgow.

Why Glasgow Needs To Stop Indulging The Masses And Focus On Its Roots – Urban Times

Live-action gentrification shouldn't be part of the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony.

View from BBC Scotland building

Huge tyre blaze started deliberately

A massive fire at a tyre recycling depot in Renfrewshire was started deliberately, police say.

Loch Lomond national park national parks scotland sgp

Call for more Scottish national parks

Two conservation charities renew their call for seven new national parks to be created in Scotland.

River clyde with foam under squinty bridge and stobcross crane April 4 2014

Mystery foam on the Clyde caused by 'illegal discharge of detergent'. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency and Scottish Water investigated the foam.

'Tartan 10k' kicks off Scottish week in New York

'Tartan 10k' kicks off Scottish week

A week of Scottish-themed events in New York are started by the first minister with a "tartan" race.

Academic says planned Tay wind farms are 'great opportunity'

Academic says planned Tay wind farms are 'great opportunity'. Commonwealth Games event also expected to be challenge for area's ecology

Grand old osprey: Lady returns to Loch of the Lowes nature reserve

Grand old osprey: Lady returns to Loch of the Lowes nature reserve. Lady the osprey returns to Loch of the Lowes in Perthshire for a record-breaking consecutive year.

New law brings tougher penalties for fly-tippers

Tougher penalties for fly-tippers

New government legislation aims to try and tackle the problem of fly-tipping and litter-dropping with increased fixed penalties.

South Lanarkshire new town plan opposed by council planners

Eco friendly new town plan rejected

(plans have been drawn-up for a new town in South Lanarkshire) A new town based on cooperative principles

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