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Scotland’s climate emissions have broken through a landmark reductions target six years early after a warm winter helped drive down energy use.

Pathways leading to socioeconomic inequalities in young children's body mass index (BMI) are not well understood. This study examined whether parenting related to the physical and social context of children's food consumption helped to explain associations between maternal educational level and child BMI trajectory.

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In a first, researchers have shown that a fungus can transform manganese into a mineral composite with favourable electrochemical properties — paving the way for a better rechargeable battery in th

Scotland's national football stadium has reduced its water consumption by 35% in the space of 15 months after installing monitoring equipment which identified anomalies and spikes in water usage.

Green groups, opposition parties and renewable energy industry bodies have unanimously called on the Scottish Government to embrace 'demand response' energy efficiency measures in favour of buildin

It could be the mildest 22 December since records began, with forecasters saying the unsettled weather sweeping across Britain could last until Christmas Eve.

Pearl mussels may be extinct from several rivers in Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has warned.

Manmade climate change was partly responsible for Storm Desmond’s torrential rain which devastated parts of Scotland, the Lake District and Northern Ireland, scientists have concluded.

The first minister says Scotland's role in tackling climate change has received international recognition

Oil major Royal Dutch Shell was handed a 22,500 pound ($33,919) fine by a local Scottish court on Tuesday for a 2011 oil spill in the North Sea that was the largest in more than a decade.