The National Trust has said it plans to take serious action on anti-social behaviour in Glen Etive by bringing together partners and community to discuss the growing problem.
Litter pickers from three Highland communities have described their shock at the scale of littering in their areas.
Tougher measures targeting people who throw litter out of cars have been promised after it was revealed seven tonnes of rubbish is thrown on to the M8 and M9 every month.
A harbour work has claimed oil and diesel is being regularly dumped in the water at Fraserburgh - and urged skippers to show "respect".
Environmental campaigners are calling for oil companies and fishermen to do more to protect a beloved north-east beauty spot.
An Aberdeenshire primary school teacher is behind a growing and worldwide network of dog owners doing their bit to look after the environment.
A young eco-warrior has marked the first anniversary of his campaign - by doing a marathon litter-pick.
In 2014 I was in the Cairngorms and walking a track near Loch Etchachan, the highest loch of its size and one of the more remote ones in Scotland, when something white caught my eye in the otherwise brown landscape.
Thousands of litter louts in Aberdeen have been caught in the act - but just a handful of fines have been issued in neighbouring authorities.
A young girl from Inverness who created a truly rubbish dress out of marine litter said she hopes to inspire a sea change in public attitudes towards pollution.
An environmental group has raised concerns about a historic castle on the Buchan coast being turned into a “midden”.
A keen angler has urged others to do their bit to clean up the North Sea.
Only half of people caught dropping litter in Aberdeen in the past seven years have paid their fines
New figures have revealed that only half the number of people caught dropping litter on city streets have paid their fines over the past seven years.
Stirling Hill is one of the north-east’s most picturesque locations.
A new floating rubbish bin has been installed at a north-east harbour to help remove litter and prevent pollution.
Visitors to local beaches should be encouraged to pick up three pieces of litter, according to a number of Highland councillors.
Footballers are being urged to pick up their empty water bottles after their matches.
Careless litter louts have cost north-east taxpayers almost £20million over the last four years.
A group of north-east runners raised hundreds of pounds to support homeless people in the north-east during a speedy litter pick-up.
What a load of rubbish! Volunteers fill more than 2,500 bags of litter in year-long Aberdeen campaign
Community groups and volunteers in Aberdeen have gathered more than 2,500 bags of rubbish in nearly 160 litter picks over the course of the year.
Teams of volunteers will scour the UK's three highest peaks at the weekend collecting rubbish left behind by this summer's visitors.
A special taskforce, comprising several community groups, has been established to take out the trash in Moray.
Glencoe in Lochaber is one of Scotland's most beautiful glens and a magnet for tourists.
Moray Council spends less money on keeping streets litter-free than any other authority in Scotland.
Banana skins and apple and orange peel are among the piles of rubbish collected by volunteer litter-pickers on Ben Nevis each year.
The recent spell of warm weather appears to have led to an increase in the amount of litter dumped in one of Scotland's most picturesque glens.
A campaigner on a crusade to rid Moray's coastline and rivers of litter has been commended for his work by a leading national environmental charity.
A north-east woman has warned parents and fellow dog owners to be vigilant for "disgraceful" broken bottles smashed on popular walkways.
An "inspirational" Moray youngster who wants to keep animals safe from litter has delivered her environmentally friendly message to Holyrood.
A north-east campaign group has called for the fight against litter bugs to be stepped up as a new fast food outlet opens in the area.
Bin bags full of rubbish, broken bottles, drinks cans and human excrement are just some of the items that are spoiling one of Scotland's most picturesque glens.
A crackdown on littering in Inverness and Dingwall led to five fixed penalty fines being issued by enforcement officers.