James Hutton Institute
The body tasked with protecting Scotland’s environment (Sepa) has had its funding slashed by more than a quarter in real terms since 2010.
A charity has accused ministers of failing to regulate the use of a potentially dangerous sewage fertiliser seven years after a report called for action.
Baron Vaux of Harrowden is in dispute with his Galloway tenants after water supplies to their homes repeatedly failed quality standards.
Scottish Government funding for major environment bodies has been slashed by 40 per cent over the last decade putting nature and the climate at risk, according to a new expert analysis.