A new study suggests lynxes were in Britain as recently as the 18th century.
A green party is in government in the UK for the first time.
We need specific action now to make net zero emissions by 2050 possible.
A recent study reveals that most Muslims believe Islamophobia is getting worse in Scotland - contradicting the country’s perception of itself as a tolerant nation.
What started out as a community project with local schoolchildren has garnered an official endorsement and countless memes. It has also sparked a national conversation
Some countries made abortion access easier during the pandemic. Others used it as an excuse for a crackdown.
Eating bird food was also linked to a nearly four-fold increase in their breeding densities.
Very few people in Scotland identify as ‘European’ – so EU membership is not the big draw some might hope.
Read the constituency results to understand where the independence debate heads next.
Nicola Sturgeon wants Scotland out, Boris Johnson hopes to hold it all together and Mark Drakeford believes in the best of both worlds.
When should you tune in for the big announcements over the weekend?
The two big constitutional questions of the age have caused complicated divisions that help explain party support.
From councils to devolved parliaments, a bumper crop of contests is happening on the same day.
A transcript of episode 13 of The Conversation Weekly podcast, including new research on neuroplasticity in the brain.
Ahead of the Scottish election on May 6, the former Scottish Labour leader explains what’s at stake – and what could happen next.
Plus, how researchers have discovered a biological switch that can turn neuroplasticity on and off in the brain. Listen to episode 13 of The Conversation Weekly podcast.
We studied shared values within England and found an even larger gulf between Northerners and Southerners than we did between English and Scots.
There’s everything to play for as Scotland counts down to May 6.
Those who talk down an independent Scotland’s prospects are not factoring in one of its biggest natural resources.
Around 75% of fishermen in the Outer Hebrides speak Gaelic. Their daily use of the language at work helps keep it alive.