1. Communities must be put at heart of Scotland's land reform campaign

    by Nan Spowart A CALL has been made for a fundamental shift in land use in Scotland to put communities at the heart of change. It comes from senior figures in the community buy-out and rewilding movements who argue that greenwashing by companies chasing carbon credits is threatenin
  2. The Isle of Eigg: The community-owned island that powers itself

    Despite being one of the smallest Scottish islands with just 110 residents, the Isle of Eigg is a model of forward-thinking, sustainable, eco-conscious living. "As the ferry bobbed with the ebb and flow of the tide against the concrete pier at the Isle of Eigg, there was a delay b