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Environment / Study suggests nuclear tests may have affected rainfall in isles in 1960s
Environment / Salmon farm company ‘still not where we want to be’ on sea lice levelsGrieg Seafood Shetland, however, have ‘seen improvements’
Environment / EnQuest wants to cut Sullom Voe Terminal emissions by 80 per cent
Environment / Porpoise washed ashore at Spiggie beach
Environment / Gas plant tops local CO2 emissions list but numbers down on previous year
Environment / Glass recycling facility up for sale
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Environment / Karen ‘shellshocked’ after being awarded fellowship to explore marine conservation
Environment / Thirty eight year old Pepsi bottle among Rachel’s latest beach finds
Environment / Decrease in number of salmon farms deemed poor in complying with environmental regulationsTwo Grieg Seafood salmon farms rated as ‘very poor’ – but local boss says ratings are ‘not always a reflection of unsatisfactory environmental impact’
Environment / Viking wind farm environmental advisory group set to launchCampaigners Sustainable Shetland, however, say the group should have already been set up
Environment / Climate project still on amenity trust’s agenda despite funding setback
Environment / Concern over condition of Clickimin Loch
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Environment / Zero Waste Scotland hosts islands consultation on deposit return scheme
Environment / Glass heading south again after lease ends at recycling plant
Environment / Recycling scheme to expand to businesses in November
Environment / Council’s climate change event to help people reduce carbon footprint
Environment / People encouraged to join Scottish climate discussion
Environment / ‘Lament for the Lang Kames’ sees coffin burned at VoeCeremony intended to heal community division
Environment / Burra beach clean attracts 120 folk
Environment / Grant funding gives cycling a leg up
Environment / Nesting gulls hold up pipeline work
Environment / SIC urged to allow wildflowers to grow on roadside verges
Environment / A message of peace and hope from Aith
Environment / Students’ green team praised after award win
Environment / Climate protestors made good impression
Environment / Schoolchildren to strike in climate protest
Environment / Hermaness path to be upgraded to cope with rising visitor numbersRural tourism infrastructure fund awards £300,000
Environment / Bird’s eye view of new recycling plant
Environment / Council needs public help to beat waste targets
Environment / KIMO’S Lerwick meeting marks importance of isles to the organisation
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