Sustainability

Go Green

Go Green Week

This week is Go Green week, an annual national week of action on climate change. Countryside and Environmental Management lecturer in Aberdeen, Amy Gray offers some tips on living a more sustainable...

Chris Smillie

Unknown Pleasures Of Countryside Management

Chris Smillie is a lecturer in Countryside and Environment at SRUC Oatridge; we found out more about what led him in to teaching at SRUC and what his passions are...

MSc Induction Study Tour 2018

New students embarking on our taught postgraduate courses at the Edinburgh campus spent their first couple of days on a study tour, staying overnight at SRUC’s Wigwam Accommodation in Tyndrum....

Let’s clear the air

Clean air day (21st June) seems a good day to highlight the contribution SRUC is making to the Farming for a Better Climate programme. Farming for a Better Climate (FFBC)...

Alicja Kaczmarczyk, Environmental Management

Alicja Kaczmarczyk, originally from Poland, came to SRUC to study Environmental Management. As a mature student with a long break from full time education, the decision to change career path...

Turn off the lights and turn on the fun for Earth Hour

Earth Hour is the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment, inspiring millions of people to take action for our planet and nature. On Saturday 24th March at 8.30pm switch...

Freshwater field trip

Second year students studying the HND or BSc/BSc (Hons) Environmental Resource Management at SRUC’s Edinburgh Campus can be seen here visiting the River Almond as part of their Freshwater Environment...

Ailish Ross bottle feeding a calf

Positive of the benefits of animal welfare?

  Positive farm animal welfare is a relatively new idea which brings attention to animals having a good life. Positive farm animal welfare is in sympathy with public opinion and...