A fisherman will hang up his rod and net after four decades working a scientifically protected Aberdeen loch - claiming pollution has driven away its fish.
Water company efforts to protect the environment are “simply unacceptable”, the Environment Agency has said.
A fish and chip restaurant has closed its doors after deciding “there’s not plenty more fish in the sea”.
Environmental campaigners have slammed two mobile phone giants for turning to a diesel generator to power a north-east mast.
People are being urged to open windows when cooking, cleaning and drying clothes inside in order to cut the health risks from indoor pollution.
A seal has died after becoming entangled in a large amount of marine pollution off the Cornwall coast.
The death of a minke whale after a dramatic rescue attempt sparked a row about “ghost” fishing gear yesterday.
A former teacher has taken to tapping on car windows in an effort to get motorists to switch off their idling engines to curb pollution.
Glasgow has pledged to become the first carbon neutral city in the UK.
Thousands of mothers, fathers, grandparents and families with babies and children are expected to take to the streets to demand urgent action on climate change.
The mother of a nine-year-old girl whose death was linked to air pollution is to find out if the High Court will quash her daughter’s inquest and grant a new hearing.
A roe deer buck found “blundering about” Highland woods with a black bin liner stuck in his antlers and over his eyes has again highlighted the problem of plastic pollution.
Air pollution on a pair of notoriously busy Aberdeen roads is among the worst in Scotland, according to a new study by environmental campaigners.
Dozens of air pollution monitoring stations are to be put in place across Aberdeen to track harmful emissions.
A north-east aquarium has teamed up with other facilities around the world to tackle the blight of plastic pollution.
Official new figures have revealed Buchan as the home of two of the most environmentally unfriendly industrial sites in Scotland.
Campaigners have taken to the streets in a bid to encourage Aberdeen City Council to take swifter action on the issue of pollution.
Shocking new data has revealed 13 Aberdeen locations with illegal levels of toxic and potentially deadly Nitrogen Dioxide pollution.
More than nine in 10 children around the world are living in areas of toxic air pollution, global health leaders have warned.
Health experts say visitors to an Aberdeen medical centre are being forced to breathe "toxic air" each time they visit for treatment.
A stag in the Western Isles is at “serious” risk after discarded plastic binding was entangled around its head and throat.
A new floating rubbish bin has been installed at a north-east harbour to help remove litter and prevent pollution.
Experts have warned people with lung or heart conditions to limit their activities outdoors during this week’s sunny spell, with “toxic levels” of pollution expected to fill the air.
Scientists believe carbon dioxide bursts from industry and land run off could cause irreparable damage to marine ecosystems after tests found acute levels of the gas cause starfish to dissolve.
Marine biologist Lauren Smith and her dog, Tattie, are a common sight at Aberdeen beach – where she can often be found surfing as others wrap up against the cold.
Setting up a green Low Emission Zone in Aberdeen could cost up to £20million - despite the numbers of cars and lorries on city streets dropping by thousands in the past five years.
Hi-tech “trees” could be installed across Aberdeen to help rid the city of pollution.
A new report has revealed that three of Aberdeen's busiest streets are among the most polluted in Scotland.
AWPR chiefs have been accused of showing “callous disregard” for the environment after being handed a package of new pictures showing the impact of the long-awaited bypass.
Up to 53 tonnes of diesel fuel are believed to have spilled into the ocean from an oil rig that ran aground on the Western Isles.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) has today confirmed that the oil rig that ran aground on the Western Isles could have lost almost one fifth of the diesel it was carrying.
A second source of pollution has been identified at a north-east park which one resident claims has been allowed to become an "open sewer".