Environmental

Jo King holding a small bat

Jo King – BSc Hons Countryside Management graduate of 2018

Congratulations to Jo King, who after graduating with BSc Hons in Countryside Management from Ayr Campus, is going on to do great things in her new job. Jo will be...

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...

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...

Snowdrops

Researching and Protecting the Environment at SRUC

The importance of the environment is increasingly recognised in society and includes issues such as climate change, land management, habitat loss, pollution control, sustainable development and energy conservation. We are...

Lee Harkness, BSc (Hons) Environmental Resource Management

Lee Harkness graduated with BSc (Hons) in Environmental Resource Management. It was a keen interest in Geography and Managing Environmental Resources at school and a recommendation by his Geography teacher...

River Carron: Catchment Management

Fourth year Environment (and Erasmus) student, studying Environmental Resource Management at SRUC Edinburgh, can choose Integrated Catchment Management as an elective choice. They visited the River Carron and met with...

Wind turbines

SRUC Advent Calendar: 7th December

There is a greater public awareness of environmental issues, and organisations are increasingly required to address environmental impact through legislation. World leaders have recognised that exploiting natural resources to a...

SRUC Edinburgh Environment Students – Integrated Catchment Management

Final year Environmental Management students along with some Erasmus visitors, all studying at SRUC’s Edinburgh Campus, visited Eddleston Water as part of their Integrated Catchment Management module. The group were...

Crisps and Chocolate becoming extinct?!

There was an interesting article in The Guardian recently which highlights the plight of some of our relied-upon food crops, brought on by external and environmental impacts such as climate...