Consultation on future of Forestry Commission issued to forestry and interested land use bodies.
Ministers to set recycling and waste reduction targets for every local authority.
Integrated waste management to take over from simple waste disposal.
£1.5 million to prevent the River Gryffe from flooding areas in Crosslee.
The First Minister makes his first major speech on sustainable development.
Deputy Transport Minister attends launch of Grangemouth-produced ultra low sulphur fuel.
Environment Minister welcomes the report of the Energy Review into UK energy policy.
The Parliament has been told how local community groups will be exempted from new charges.
Figures show emissions of greenhouse gases in Scotland declined between 1990 and 1999.
Public meeting to discuss prevention of nitrate pollution in the Lothians.
Qualifying threshold for lower income households set at £198 - cost less than 55p per day.
Proposals for Water Environment and Water Services Bill announced.
Deputy First Minister travels to wind energy project at Machrihanish.
Executive-sponsored project seeks views of Glasgow people on nuclear waste.
Climate Change Programme drives move towards greater take-up of renewable energy technology.
Environment Minister tells MSPs of "groundbreaking" nature of Land Reform Bill.
Two projects in Falkirk and Lochwinnoch have been awarded grants from the Sustainable Action Fund.
Local Biodiversity Action Plan is part of nationwide scheme to help native species flourish.
Transport and Environment Committee debates how to help charities meet cost of water.
People from Thurso to be asked how best they should be consulted on nuclear waste management.