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A stormy sky with wind turbines in the background.
In this opinion piece Green councillor Alex Armitage challenges the council’s leadership in their approach to negotiations with the renewable energy industries and argues that a tougher stance is needed for Shetland to maximise the benefits
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Wild shetland through the seasons.
Local naturalist Brydon Thomason’s new book Wild Shetland through the seasons has received rave reviews since it was published at the end of last year. Here wildlife broadcaster Simon King, well known to the Shetland audience, offers his take on a book that can be marvelled at over and over again.
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A group of wind turbines.
Managing director of local energy consultancy Voar, Daniel Gear, shares his thoughts on navigating Shetland’s resource ownership in the wind and hydrogen age
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