A single wildfire in the north this summer is believed to have doubled Scotland's carbon emissions for the six days it burned.
A group of Unesco volunteers have spent the last month removing more than 30,000 tree saplings and welcoming people to see the wonders of the Flow County in the very north of Scotland.
Aberdeen may have been the true birthplace of Scotch whisky, according to new evidence uncovered by historians.
Fascinating characters contained in Aberdeen’s medieval Burgh Records could inspire video gaming industry
Gamers from across the world could soon be experiencing life in medieval Aberdeen.
A five-year strategic plan over a Biosphere to serve Wester Ross is to be launched next weekend in Ullapool Village Hall.
The Wailers have welcomed the inclusion of Reggae music by Unesco as part of the world’s cultural heritage, hailing the style as an art of love and a “champion of the people”.
Reggae music has been inscribed on the prized intangible cultural heritage list of the UN’s cultural agency.
The city council’s bid to be designated as a UNESCO Creative City could boost culture in Aberdeen and bring global connections, it was claimed yesterday.
A design student from Lewis has become one of three students to win a prestigious international design award in China.
The chairwoman of a parliamentary committee has backed calls for the Gaelic language to be awarded Unesco status in order to preserve its cultural heritage.
A senior councillor has insisted a £5.5million project to transform a historic church is "very doable" - but only if businesses help fund it.
Experts will gather in Aberdeen today to discuss how to boost the profile and impact of world-renowned areas of the north and north-east.
The charming island of Malta has been back in vogue recently.
"I've been coming here every day for more than seven years and I never get tired of the view," says my guide Ana.
The whisky producing region of Speyside would be an ideal candidate for world heritage site status, local parliamentarians have claimed.
Speyside could be made a world heritage site - if those in the whisky industry pay heed to France's recent success, it has been claimed.
Finds from an archaeological site in Orkney described as the "world's most spectacular Neolithic dig" are to go on show.
A Lochaber group set up to promote the geology of the area has applied to rejoin the European Geoparks Network (EGN).