The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has revealed that the costs to taxpayers of a cyber attack have risen to at least £5.5 million.
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Twenty-six people making a difference in Scotland outline their visions for our climate future.
The traffic is at a standstill on Atholl Street in the centre of Perth, cars, trucks and buses running their engines as they wait for the lights to change.
At least 25 beaches across Scotland have been contaminated with sewage in breach of safety limits in June and July.
The Scottish Government’s green watchdog has lost £2.5 million income from industry permits and inspections following a debilitating cyber attack.
Trident nuclear base condemned by Scottish Government watchdog for “poor” environmental performance after it polluted the Clyde with toxic chemicals.
Scottish Water discharged sewage on over 500 occasions in one year into a Lothian river where people swim and fish.