A selection of written entries from Young Reporters for the Environment across Scotland.
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Plastic pollution: How I see it
Ruth de Villiers explains how she set up her own beach cleaning community group.
The environmental impact of fossil fuel Motorsport and the benefits of going all electric
Charlie Horn explores the world of Motorsport and questions the feasibility of electric racing.
A Step Into the Unknown: Climate Change & Scotland's Outdoors
Written by Ross Brannigan. 2019 Winner of Written Article 22-26 years and 2nd place in the International Young Reporters for the Environment competition.
Plastic Litter in Inverurie
The history of plastics and why they're such a problem. 2018-2019 Winner of Written Article 8-10 years.
Stop Polluting the Air we Breathe
2019 Winner of Written Article 11-14 years. The benefits of active travel and potential barriers.
Reduce Reuse Recycle
Written by Ruby Caldwell-Hardie and Charlotte Ogilvie-Richards on the activities of Moray Waste Busters.
Making A Difference
Katie Junik from Linlithgow Bridge PS on their recent Eco-Schools Green Flag Award.
We Have Twelve Years...
YRE Ambassador Jasmine Lawrie writes about the UN prediction that we have 12 years to take action on Climate Change.
Climate Change: Dangers vs. Human Effects
A report on the human causes of climate change and its potential impacts on our way of living by Vedashree Upadhyay.
The Food Waste Crisis
2017 winner Written Article 11-14 years. Amanda Amaeshi investigates the reasons for food waste.
Community Coming Together
Read April Hutchinson's account of her experience at Crammond Beach Clean. 2017 winner of Written Article 15-18 years.
Geeko-Eco Blog - Louise Cairney
A blog featuring articles on environmental issues and plastic pollution.
The Dava Way
A celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the Dava Way -a popular cycle and walking route.
Iona McCormick reports on our LEQ conference and describes the 5 Dog Fouling Personalities. 2016 Winner Written Article 15-18 years
Forres is Blooming Bonnie
An article from Applegrove PS celebrating the success of Beautiful Scotland group Forres in Bloom.
The Community Fights Back
An article about Honeybog Hill in Renfrewshire and the threat of development by Daniel Speirs.