North-east groups have scooped awards for their efforts in brightening up their communities.
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The Scottish Government is on the lookout for members of the public to take part in a paid focus group on climate change.
Groups dedicated to brightening up their north-east communities showed off the fruits of their labour.
Eight parks and green spaces across the north-east have been named winners of a prestigious national award.
Workers at a multi-million-pound Aberdeen recycling depot have urged residents not to dump dog poo bags in their recycling.
More than 500 people are expected to take part in an annual 24-hour litter-pick challenge this year.
Some of the most idyllic beaches in the north-east have been recognised for their high environmental standards.
Community groups in the north-east have been urged to enter a national environmental competition.
Aberdeen school pupils called on people to “stop littering now” as they took part in a clean-up at the launch of an environmental campaign.
In a letter to the school, alerting them to the accolade, the organisation described the flag as “an outstanding achievement”, saying the application was “truly fantastic” and a “pleasure to read”.
National environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful is appealing for people living in Aberdeen to participate in its spring tidy scheme.
Parks across the north-east have received a prestigious environmental award – with one also being given a £1.2 million funding boost.
Residents in the north-east have been urged to take part in a national picnic scheme.
Business bosses are hoping Aberdeen’s newest arrivals will bring a real buzz to the city centre.
More than 50 bags of rubbish were collected after Aberdeen residents teamed up with a local authority to clean up an award-winning park.
Nine north-east beaches have received gongs for their high standards.
An environmental charity has thanked the efforts of people across the north-east after hundreds took part in a call for action.
More than 2,400 volunteers have taken part in clean-ups across Aberdeen.
Judges have heaped praise on the staff and volunteers who maintain Aberdeen’s parks, while voicing their frustration at the lack of funds available for their upkeep.
An Aberdeen park has joined the list of the nation's best for the first time.
Community groups are getting the chance to show off their good work as judges pay them a visit.
A treasured stretch of golden sand in Aberdeen has been recognised by a national charity for natural beauty.