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Humankind Index for Scotland measures prosperity beyond GDP »

Results from Oxfam's Humankind Index for Scotland project - aiming to assess Scotland’s prosperity through a multi-dimensional measure of prosperity - reveal that local measures are more important to people than the economy.

New evidence library on pro-environmental behaviour »

A new library of evidence on pro-environmental behaviours and behaviour change from Scottish Government Online, covers topics including travel, home energy, food choices, behaviour change theory, and communicating climate change.

Scottish competition for app to help businesses go green »

The Scottish Government, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, SSE and Microsoft have jointly launched a national competition for developers to produce a mobile app that will assist Scottish SMEs in reducing their carbon emissions.

Scottish public sector sustainability reporting guidance »

New guidance from the Scottish Government on annual sustainability reporting by the public sector is intended to help improve reporting and performance, increase transparency, and promote cost savings.

Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group agrees priorities for 2012 »

The Sustainable Scotland Network reports on Scotland's 2020 Climate Group's 12 priorities for 2012, key actions the group will address over the next twelve months to support the achievement of Scotland's climate change targets.

New campaign urges Scotland to go greener together »

The Sustainable Scotland Network reports on a new campaign from the Scottish Government that seeks to empower everyone to go 'greener together' and play their part in creating a greener, cleaner Scotland.

Welsh Government sets out vision for sustainable development bill »

Speaking to representatives of Wales’ public, private and the third sectors in December, Environment and Sustainable Development Minister John Griffiths outlined plans for a sustainable development bill.

Skills boost for Wales’ low carbon future »

Over the past 18 months, the Welsh Government has been working with industry-led Sector Skills Councils to deliver training to support a cultural shift in Wales' move to a low carbon economy.

The Works: regenerating former steelworks in Ebbw Vale »

The Welsh Government and Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council are developing the former Ebbw Vale steelworks to provide a revitalised community through strong regeneration and sustainability principles.

The Natural Change Project: embedding sustainability in education »

WWF Scotland's 2010/11 Natural Change project worked with people in positions of influence in Scotland's education sector to develop leadership and social action for an ecologically sustainable future.